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In India, internal security and poor governance are closely linked. Policing is still conducted according to the repressive colonial model and the 1861 Police Act has not been significantly reformed. Policing is also increasingly constrained in its effectiveness by poor governance and corruption, including amongst the political class and especially at state level. In terms of internal security, India's 1.5 million police are currently 'part of the problem' rather than 'part of the solution'. Sin
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Thailand in Crisis vodcast series: Episode 02
Thailand is a nation on the verge - from the Red Shirt protests that culminated in violence and loss of life, to ongoing issues about democratic accountability and political instability. Over the next six weeks, the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific will bring you Thailand in Crisis - a series of six vod and podcasts released each Friday and beginning on 28 May. The vodcast will be available for viewing on ANUchannel at YouTube, while the podcast will be available for download from this page a
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Globally there is increasing conflict over scarce water resources. This lecture offers a case study of what is going to be a key global issue - how do we manage conflicting demands for water. The management of the Murray-Darling Basin illustrates the social, economic, and political difficulties in managing a landscape that covers 5 states and territories, and is relied upon to produce a large proportion of Australia's produce. Conflicting rights to water, overallocation, and pollution are a few
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In the context of a globalizing world marked by the freer flow of people and ideas, proselytism has become increasingly controversial. On March 3, 2010, the Berkley Center sponsored a day-long symposium on proselytism and religious freedom in the 21st century. Experts from a variety of scholarly and policy fields investigated the theological, legal, and political implications of the missionary impulse.
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