In 1998 only a handful of countries had extensive internet usage. Today, nearly two billion people worldwide have ready access to the internet. Gone are the days when the world seemed a vast and inaccessible abyss to many who were limited to their own countries and even their own homes.
International writer Robert Norris shares his experience of studying in Canberra as part of UEA’s Erasmus programme.
By now, one would have to be completely unaware of how the internet works to not have heard of Kony 2012.
Max Hui reviews the focal point of the Union of UEA Students' Go Global Week, the International Party.
Lizzie Margereson looks at the Afghan opium industry and the challenges this presents for the troubled country.
Japan’s culture is rich and often welcomed by people from around the world. Unfortunately, it is the fascination people have with the nation that gives rise to stereotypes surrounding the Japanese, writes Rachael Lum.