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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.

A recent mass-shooting in California will do little to help the cause of American's calling for greater gun control, Dr Nick Sharman told Sky News.

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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Planned changes to higher education funding and competition regulations build on reforms implemented by the previous Labor Government, according to University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Glyn Davis.

 

Associate Professor Joo-Cheong Tham from the Melbourne Law School thinks we need to strengthen the laws governing political donations and political funding. He spoke with Tony Eastley on ABC News 24.

The Commission of Audit will likely recommend privatisation and removal of duplication to reduce government spending and bring the federal budget to surplus in its extensive report, released today.

US allies in Asia will be watching President Obama's decisions in the Ukraine crisis closely to gain a hint of how he is likely to act in the East China Sea.

Pro-Russian forces in the Ukraine ignored the government's ultimatum to leave government buildings in the east of the country on Monday. Professor John Langmore from the Melbourne School of Government told ABC News 24 that it was important for both parties to maintain a dialogue if the situation is to be resolved without violent conflict.

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