Despite a positive meeting, the contest between the world’s two biggest economies remains heated, largely without guardrails and of immense risk.
While Māori have seen a steady increase in representation in parliament since the beginning of MMP, other ethnic minorities have experienced uneven growth. The new parliament will see a step back.
A meta-analysis of 34 studies has explored how disordered screen use may impact the cognitive performance of individuals.
It takes time to make more affordable long-term housing options available. So what can be done in the meantime? We can start by prioritising well-designed, supportive transitional housing.
An independent review finds the projected cost of Australia’s $120 billion infrastructure pipeline has blown out by $32.8 billion.
Virtually as old as conflict itself, a ceasefire is a way of formalising a halt to violence between warring parties. But ceasefires can come in many different forms, leading to disagreements.
In this podcast, Liberal Senator James Paterson joins The Conversation to discuss the High Court's ruling, his concerns about rising anti-Semitism, rising cyber risks, and Australia's future relations with China
The chatbot has been released to a small group of testers and some of X’s Premium+ subscribers – many of them have shared their initial thoughts.
Even people with years of relevant training can’t always tell whether social content is evidence-based and trustworthy. We need a better approach for communicating research.
Japan’s baby boomers rode the wave of the country’s postwar success. Now, as their society ages, they must now face their generational responsibility.
We found the number of “big lies” – also known as fake news – didn’t increase in 2023 compared to 2020. But we did spot more “small lies” this time. Here’s what to look out for in coming elections.
Scientists have known about the ‘formose reaction’ for 160 years. New research shows how it could have played a key role in the creation of life.
The New South Wales Special Commission of Inquiry into LGBTIQ hate crimes has held its final public sitting in Sydney today. It’s been dogged in its pursuit of justice for victims and their families.
Our research is the first to estimate what the tech giants owe publishers. The actual sums paid out are usually covered by non-disclosure agreements.
With so many questions left unanswered, there is a growing disconnect between Netanyahu and the Biden administration in the US.
Optus says the unprecedented outage last week was caused by a ‘routine software upgrade’. An expert explains why this points to more serious problems with the network.