Ebola: what have we learnt and where are we going?

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  • Ebola: what have we learnt and where are we going?

    Ebola: what have we learnt and where are we going?

    The Ebola virus outbreak is a global health crisis with its centre of gravity in three West African countries that are amongst the poorest on the planet. The impact of the current outbreak has been immense; over 5000 deaths directly from Ebola and many more indirectly from diseases and events (e.g. childbirth) that could have been prevented. Resources...

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  • The plight of 51 million forcibly displaced people in the world today

    The plight of 51 million forcibly displaced people in the world today

    Australia has a very important role to play and holds significant responsibilities in the region and globally in providing asylum to displaced populations. However, Australia cannot go it alone in combating the plight of displaced populations. It requires international cooperation and a multilateral effort by governments and therefore cannot be solved...

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  • Will Abenomics get Japan out of a three-decade slump and what does this mean for Australia?

    Will Abenomics get Japan out of a three-decade slump and what does this mean for Australia?

    Japan is one of Australia's closest partners in Asia. From the ashes of World War II both countries have become remarkably close, both economically, strategically and socially. However, over the past three decades Japan has experienced zero-to-low growth and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's attempt to reinvigorate the economy is a reflection of a...

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