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Asia is home to the world’s largest known stateless group, the Rohingya. Reuters/Rafiquar Rahman

How the Asia-Pacific can lead the way on migrants and refugees

Unless managed more effectively, forced migration will have permanent and intensifying negative impacts on countries across the globe.
Malcolm Turnbull has an opportunity to show leadership on a regional refugee solution. EPA/Jason Szenes

Turnbull should drive a regional refugee solution

Turnbull can show leadership in the current talks in New York by driving an Asian regional solution to the global refugee crisis.
The Yawuru Wellbeing Survey highlights the integral role of connectedness in Yawuru having mabu liyan as the key to a good life. John Puertollano, used with permission

Community wellbeing best measured from the ground up: a Yawuru example

How we think about wellbeing depends on where we come from, who we are and our experiences and aspirations. One study took account of this by involving Yawuru people in every aspect of the research.
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks about the new iPhone 7 during the Apple launch event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Monica Davey/AAP

Apple is losing the innovation game, it can’t trap users anymore

The Apple business model is failing. Its ability to keep customers confined to the company's ecosystem cannot be sustained because of the rise of apps and other online platforms.
Indonesia is the neighbour that makes Australians feel uneasy but also want to get on with. shutterstock

How can we fix Australia’s Indonesia anxiety?

The annual Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth (CAUSINDY) to be held in Bali this week is an initiative that can help change negative attitudes towards Indonesia.
The solar plant at Broken Hill, which received support from ARENA. AAP Image/Australian Renewable Energy Agenc

Can, or should, we save ARENA?

Cuts to ARENA as part of the government's savings bill are short-term politics at its worst.
The suggested new scheme aims to cut emissions from the electricity sector while sidestepping the political poison of increased power prices. AAP Image/Julian Smith

The Climate Change Authority’s gamble on political pragmatism

A new "toolkit" of suggested climate policies looks politically feasible, but it's too complicated and not ambitious enough to drive a real move to a low-carbon economy.

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