Your turn Facebook, Google
Until the two giants change, Twitter's political ad ban will have little effect on elections around the globe.
Whatever the outcome of the bid to remove Donald Trump from office, it won't be easy to restore faith in the integrity of US political processes.
A dog's Brexit
As Boris Johnson's tactics cause deep rifts within the Conservative Party, the UK faces a Brexit of radical conservatism – and plenty of risks.
Understanding the modern consumer
There's a fundamental shift occurring in consumer behaviour, from conspicuous consumption to conscious consumption.
Faking it, for real
The popularity of face-swapping software has resulted in the disturbing trend of 'deepfakes' that can be used for nefarious purposes.
Death knell: killing off capital punishment
A new institute is leading the push to eliminate the 'faulty' justice of the death penalty.
US midterms: the houses divided
Although the Republicans retained control of the Senate, indications are that it's the Democrats who'll prove the bigger winners.
Trump's messy trail
US President Donald Trump’s job remains secure, but the electoral fates of many of his congressional allies are at stake.
Transfer of knowledge
There’s a range of mentoring programs at Monash University. Here, recent participants discuss the benefits of being involved.
For the Donald, nothing trumps Trump
The US President's actions show he's more concerned with stroking his ego than pursuing his nation's best interests.
How China became a leader in IP
China's intellectual property success grew through the government's requirement of foreign businesses to partner with local firms and transfer skills.
Fidel Castro: from beyond the grave
The Cuban leader's influence continues to be felt, one year after his death.
Space agency to reach for the stars
Look up into the night sky and you’re unlikely to see an Australian satellite, but that might all be about to change.
Does the World Bank have a problem with its poverty figures?
The World Bank has claimed a significant decrease in global poverty. But has it set the measurement bar too low?
China's grip still tight on state-owned enterprises
China’s next Five-Year Plan is due to be formally approved by the National People’s Congress in March 2016. One of the areas of focus is the role of China’s State-Owned Enterprises, generally viewed with suspicion by the West and also seen...
China's five year economic plan is rich with symbolism
The final part of the Party keeping its contract with the people lies in being seen to keep leadership accountable, at least in the worst cases of abuse of power
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