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The Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) recently announced the inaugural winner of the annual Wang Gungwu Prize for the best article published in Asian Studies Review in 2013. Dr. Philippa Brant, Research Associate of the Lowy Institute for International Policy, won for Chinese aid in the South Pacific: linked to resources?, and was awarded the $1,500 prize.
Plus find out more about the Intelligence and National Security prize for the best article published in the journal during 2013.
Discover more with our free article collections
Economics in Africa
Expand your research with online access to leading economics research on Africa, exploring topics such as the relationship between Africa and China, and economic growth in the continent.
Afghanistan: an article collection
Examining the impact and ongoing consequences of the Afghanistan war.
Tributes to Nelson Mandela
After Nelson Mandela’s death, several Routledge editors sent us tributes to share with the academic community. They can be found here, alongside selected journal content about Mandela’s life, work, and legacy.
In response to the escalating diplomatic tensions in Ukraine, we have put together an online collection of articles that address the country’s recent political history, its evolving relationship with Europe and the E.U., with Russia, and the changing political character of Ukrainian society and identity.
International Womens' Day Collection
In celebration of International Women’s Day at the start of March, these four collections celebrate the social, political, and economic achievements of women internationally.
Brain Injury Awareness Month
Read the top 25 most downloaded brain injury research articles published in Routledge journals in 2013, free to access in honor of Brain Injury Awareness Month.
We are pleased to unveil the new Education Arena homepage, redesigned to help you discover the latest research. Read over 20 calls for papers and submit your research to your journal of choice today. Plus, explore Educational Policy and Practice with this month’s free online article collection.
Examining the "connections between (changing) rainfall patterns, food and livelihood security, and human mobility: evidence and a new analytical framework," this special issue of Climate and Development is guest-edited by Koko Warner.
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Cogent Education is a new, open-access scholarly journal launched by Cogent OA, part of the Taylor & Francis Group. Cogent Education, led by Professor John C.K. Lee, considers primary research articles across the full spectrum of education, taking an inclusive and constructive approach to peer review.
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