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How Do Asia-Pacific Countries See Each Other?
September 05, 2015
How Do Asia-Pacific Countries See Each Other?
When it comes to leadership, Asian states are less optimistic.
How Do Asia-Pacific Countries See Each Other?
Australia Wants to Join India, US and Japan in Naval Exercises: Defense Minister
September 05, 2015
Australia Wants to Join India, US and Japan in Naval Exercises: Defense Minister
Kevin Andrews reaffirms Canberra’s willingness to participate in quadrilateral drills.
Australia Wants to Join India, US and Japan in Naval Exercises: Defense Minister
Malaysians Escalate Push For Najib’s Resignation
September 04, 2015
Malaysians Escalate Push For Najib’s Resignation
The chorus of criticism directed at the Malaysian prime minister grows.
Malaysians Escalate Push For Najib’s Resignation
Why Indonesia is Going Nowhere Fast Under Jokowi
September 04, 2015
Why Indonesia is Going Nowhere Fast Under Jokowi
Jakarta is losing the international perceptions game.
Why Indonesia is Going Nowhere Fast Under Jokowi
Review: The Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 2025
September 03, 2015
Review: The Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 2025
A new volume offers a cautious glimpse into the future of China’s military.
Review: The Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 2025
Australia Crawls Toward Growth Record
September 03, 2015
Australia Crawls Toward Growth Record
After an impressive 24 years of sustained growth, the country faces some serious headwinds.
Australia Crawls Toward Growth Record
Fighting Trachoma in Indigenous Australia
September 03, 2015
Fighting Trachoma in Indigenous Australia
Australia has been shamefully slow to eliminate this infectious eye disease. Finally, progress is being made.
Fighting Trachoma in Indigenous Australia
Australia’s Disastrous Asylum Seeker Deal
September 01, 2015
Australia’s Disastrous Asylum Seeker Deal
Whether it continues or not, the deal with Cambodia has been an abject failure.
Australia’s Disastrous Asylum Seeker Deal
Australia, India to Hold First Ever Naval Exercise Amid China Concerns
September 01, 2015
Australia, India to Hold First Ever Naval Exercise Amid China Concerns
AUSINDEX will be a boost for the growing bilateral defense relationship.
Australia, India to Hold First Ever Naval Exercise Amid China Concerns
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
August 31, 2015
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
India and Seychelles continue to develop the foundations for an enduring partnership in the Indian Ocean.
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
China and Australia: It’s the Economy, Stupid
August 30, 2015
China and Australia: It’s the Economy, Stupid
The Australian government tried to reassure in the wake of market gyrations.
China and Australia: It’s the Economy, Stupid
Under Threat: Art, Politics and History in Central Asia
August 28, 2015
Under Threat: Art, Politics and History in Central Asia
A few good reads for the weekend.
Under Threat: Art, Politics and History in Central Asia
Does Japan Need to Be More Assertive With Europe?
August 28, 2015
Does Japan Need to Be More Assertive With Europe?
It is time for Tokyo be clear on what it wants from relations with Europe.
Does Japan Need to Be More Assertive With Europe?
A Military Game of Chicken in the South China Sea?
August 28, 2015
A Military Game of Chicken in the South China Sea?
The South China Sea problem has been militarized and internationalized: what now?
A Military Game of Chicken in the South China Sea?
China’s Economic Slowdown Ups Global Risks
August 27, 2015
China’s Economic Slowdown Ups Global Risks
Countries throughout the region are vulnerable to a slump in China’s economy.
China’s Economic Slowdown Ups Global Risks
Australia to Bomb Syria?
August 27, 2015
Australia to Bomb Syria?
The prime minister is raring to go, despite the questionable wisdom of the move.
Australia to Bomb Syria?
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