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How Seapower Can Win Hearts and Minds
October 22, 2014
How Seapower Can Win Hearts and Minds
Like American politicians, the U.S. Navy needs to woo the American electorate to retain public support.
How Seapower Can Win Hearts and Minds
Gough Whitlam: Australian Political Icon
October 22, 2014
Gough Whitlam: Australian Political Icon
The passing of the controversial former prime minister has sparked an outpouring of tributes.
Gough Whitlam: Australian Political Icon
The Future of Japanese Energy
October 22, 2014
The Future of Japanese Energy
Tokyo hopes to make cheaper LNG and renewables the basis of its energy supply.
The Future of Japanese Energy
‘Fox Hunt 2014’: China’s Overseas Campaign Against Corrupt Officials
October 22, 2014
‘Fox Hunt 2014’: China’s Overseas Campaign Against Corrupt Officials
China has found it very difficult to repatriate corrupt officials who have fled abroad.
‘Fox Hunt 2014’: China’s Overseas Campaign Against Corrupt Officials
Is Australia Still the Lucky Country?
October 21, 2014
Is Australia Still the Lucky Country?
With a slowing resources boom and a worrying housing bubble, is Australia prepared for good times to end?
Is Australia Still the Lucky Country?
Papua New Guinea’s Tragic Witch-Hunts
October 21, 2014
Papua New Guinea’s Tragic Witch-Hunts
Every year, dozens of men, women and children are brutally murdered on accusations of witchcraft or sorcery.
Papua New Guinea’s Tragic Witch-Hunts
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
October 20, 2014
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Can ASEAN members join forces on defense procurement? It’s more complex than it seems.
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Jokowi and Australia–Indonesia Relations
October 19, 2014
Jokowi and Australia–Indonesia Relations
'There’s scope for a strong and genuine partnership unencumbered by fundamental conflicts of interest.'
Jokowi and Australia–Indonesia Relations
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
October 18, 2014
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
The mysteries of the missing flight create doubts that will continue to plague the Najib government.
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
Malaysian Lawyers March Against ‘Sedition Blitz’
October 17, 2014
Malaysian Lawyers March Against ‘Sedition Blitz’
Growing domestic and international attention is stepping up pressure on the Malaysian government.
Malaysian Lawyers March Against ‘Sedition Blitz’
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
October 17, 2014
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
ASEAN navies are rapidly acquiring amphibious capabilities. Their intentions, however, remain unclear.
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
How Imperial Germany Lost Asia
October 17, 2014
How Imperial Germany Lost Asia
A hundred years ago, the German empire slowly shed its Asian possessions.
How Imperial Germany Lost Asia
What China’s Increasing Appetite Means for the World
October 16, 2014
What China’s Increasing Appetite Means for the World
Feeding China represents both a tremendous challenge and a significant opportunity.
What China’s Increasing Appetite Means for the World
The Truth About China’s ‘Big, Bad’ Infrastructure Bank
October 16, 2014
The Truth About China’s ‘Big, Bad’ Infrastructure Bank
The focus on the US-China rivalry in the Asia-Pacific is missing an important point.
The Truth About China’s ‘Big, Bad’ Infrastructure Bank
‘Perfect Storm’ Threatens Markets
October 16, 2014
‘Perfect Storm’ Threatens Markets
Downside risks to growth are emerging everywhere.
‘Perfect Storm’ Threatens Markets
South Korea's Attack on the Press
October 16, 2014
South Korea's Attack on the Press
South Korea's indictment of a Japanese journalist is just the latest example of its press censorship.
South Korea's Attack on the Press
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