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A top UN human rights official will join the University of Melbourne, where she will contribute to debates about refugee policy across the Asia-Pacific region.
David Malet discusses the role of social media for terror groups and how they use it to recruit members and raise money with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.”
Dr Scott Brenton discusses what defines a constitutional crisis in state politics and whether the current controversy involving Frankston MP Geoff Shaw classifies as one.
Melbourne workers won Saturday afternoons off in the 1860's, and without that, AFL probably wouldn't be the city's dominant code today.
US president Barack Obama's commencement speech to the United States Military Academy at West Point has been harshly criticised.
Dr Pradeep Taneja from the Faculty of Arts tells CNBC Asia that despite positive discussions at Modi's swearing in ceremony, there should not be high expectations about an improved India-Pakistan relationship just yet.
As debate rages in Australia about the treatment of asylum seekers, Melbourne researchers are tracking the history of intolerance and exclusion right back to 16th century Europe.
European residents have a general 'lack of confidence' in the EU to provide solutions, said Prof Philomena Murray on SBS News this week.
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The landslide victory by the Narendra Modi led BJP in the Indian election will please business leaders, says Dr Pradeep Taneja.
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Professor Leslie Holmes is an expert on post-communism, government legitimacy, comparative corruption, organised crime and corporate crime in Central and Eastern Europe.