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Australia could build a very positive working relationship with Indonesia's new president, but it will take some effort, Professor Tim Lindsey tells Sky News.

While both Indonesian Presidential candidates have claimed victory in yesterday's poll, Prof Tim Lindsey told Bloomberg TV that it was more likely than not that Joko Widodo has won.

Professor Tim Lindsey tells the ABC that early results from polling companies suggest that Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo has won the presidency of Indonesia, beating his rival Prabowo Subianto by a margin of about 4 per cent.

Professor Richard Tanter discusses Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Australia and the strengthening of defense ties between the two countries.

An exhibition of artworks, manuscripts, and other material from private collections and public archives explores the history of AIDS as seen in Melbourne.

With the situation on the ground in Iraq changing by the day, Associate Professor Richard Pennell says only time will tell whether the ISIS-proposed caliphate will last.

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.

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