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What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
October 22, 2014
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
One of the last regional bulwarks of democracy is showing signs of slipping.
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
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
Will Aceh’s Sharia Law Quash Investment?
October 22, 2014
Will Aceh’s Sharia Law Quash Investment?
Indonesia’s only province with Islamic Law shows the risks inherent in its uneven application.
Will Aceh’s Sharia Law Quash Investment?
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
Yudhoyono’s Checkered Legacy in Indonesia
October 18, 2014
Yudhoyono’s Checkered Legacy in Indonesia
The outgoing president brought stability, but left a great deal undone.
Yudhoyono’s Checkered Legacy in Indonesia
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
Indonesian Maritime Security Board to Access Chinese Satellite Data
October 17, 2014
Indonesian Maritime Security Board to Access Chinese Satellite Data
Indonesia's Maritime Security Coordinating Board will have access to Chinese remote sensing data.
Indonesian Maritime Security Board to Access Chinese Satellite Data
How Capitalism Conquered North Korea
October 16, 2014
How Capitalism Conquered North Korea
Plus, American maritime strategy, offset strategies, and extended deterrence. Some general interest links.
How Capitalism Conquered North Korea
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
Australia’s Macho Putin Rhetoric
October 15, 2014
Australia’s Macho Putin Rhetoric
Prime Minister Tony Abbott talks tough ahead of the G20 Summit.
Australia’s Macho Putin Rhetoric
Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace
October 12, 2014
Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace
Cybersecurity can help Australia take its existing engagement with Vietnam to the next level.
Strengthening Australian-Vietnam Ties… In Cyberspace
US Joins Southeast Asia's War on Piracy
October 10, 2014
US Joins Southeast Asia's War on Piracy
The United States recently became the 20th member of ReCAAP.
US Joins Southeast Asia's War on Piracy
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
October 10, 2014
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
Cave art found on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi is approximately 40,000 years old.
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
Reviving Indonesia’s Military Industrial Complex
October 09, 2014
Reviving Indonesia’s Military Industrial Complex
South Korea’s new fighter jet program could help reinvigorate Indonesia’s stagnant military developers.
Reviving Indonesia’s Military Industrial Complex
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