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Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
June 21, 2016
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
40 years ago Australia welcomed refugees. It can do so again.
Australia’s ‘Boat People’: Then and Now
The International Nuclear Community Should Pressure China to Accept India’s NSG Membership
June 21, 2016
The International Nuclear Community Should Pressure China to Accept India’s NSG Membership
Chinese obstruction of Indian entry into the NSG is contrary to global nonproliferation goals.
The International Nuclear Community Should Pressure China to Accept India’s NSG Membership
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
June 18, 2016
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
China is modestly expanding the size of its naval delegation to the world's largest maritime exercise.
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
Reality or PR: Russia's Rising 'Soft Power' Clout
June 17, 2016
Reality or PR: Russia's Rising 'Soft Power' Clout
A London-based PR firm places Russia ahead of China on a list of 'soft power' prowess.
Reality or PR: Russia's Rising 'Soft Power' Clout
New Zealand’s Defense White Paper: Playing Catch Up
June 13, 2016
New Zealand’s Defense White Paper: Playing Catch Up
On both conventional defense and cybersecurity, New Zealand is trying to "catch up" to existing trends.
New Zealand’s Defense White Paper: Playing Catch Up
Singapore-Australia Relations: Popularly Ignored But Important
June 13, 2016
Singapore-Australia Relations: Popularly Ignored But Important
The two nations have been bolstering the defense and trade ties, to little fanfare.
Singapore-Australia Relations: Popularly Ignored But Important
What's in New Zealand's New 2016 Defense White Paper?
June 13, 2016
What's in New Zealand's New 2016 Defense White Paper?
New Zealand's new defense white paper outlines the country's strategic and defense priorities.
What's in New Zealand's New 2016 Defense White Paper?
Interview: Charles Lepani
June 10, 2016
Interview: Charles Lepani
"We have become independent, we run our own country. You can’t keep blaming Australia or Australians."
Interview: Charles Lepani
Hong Kong Top Competitor But Europeans Still The Happiest
June 08, 2016
Hong Kong Top Competitor But Europeans Still The Happiest
Asia leads the world in business, but the Nordic countries do best with life satisfaction.
Hong Kong Top Competitor But Europeans Still The Happiest
Britain’s Bifurcating Foreign Policy in Asia
June 07, 2016
Britain’s Bifurcating Foreign Policy in Asia
Is the Treasury or the Foreign and Commonwealth Office setting Great Britain's China policy?
Britain’s Bifurcating Foreign Policy in Asia
Thailand Mulling Purchase of Japanese Sub-Hunting Aircraft
June 07, 2016
Thailand Mulling Purchase of Japanese Sub-Hunting Aircraft
Bangkok is also purportedly interested in amphibious rescue aircraft from Japan.
Thailand Mulling Purchase of Japanese Sub-Hunting Aircraft
ASEAN Defense Chiefs Agree to New Cybersecurity Group
June 01, 2016
ASEAN Defense Chiefs Agree to New Cybersecurity Group
Ministers approve Philippine proposal for a new ADMM Plus cyber security working group.
ASEAN Defense Chiefs Agree to New Cybersecurity Group
Election Campaigning Highlights Northern Australia’s Potential
May 31, 2016
Election Campaigning Highlights Northern Australia’s Potential
Developing the northern region of Australia would be a significant pivot toward Southeast Asia as a major market.
Election Campaigning Highlights Northern Australia’s Potential
Auckland's Skyrocketing Housing Prices Are More Than a Demand Problem
May 26, 2016
Auckland's Skyrocketing Housing Prices Are More Than a Demand Problem
There are strong policy encouragements to restrict supply, contributing to skyrocketing prices.
Auckland's Skyrocketing Housing Prices Are More Than a Demand Problem
Russia, Laos Ink New Military Helicopter Deal
May 24, 2016
Russia, Laos Ink New Military Helicopter Deal
Moscow reaches new after-sale maintenance contract with Vientiane.
Russia, Laos Ink New Military Helicopter Deal
Kazakhstan, Seeking Hacker Identities, Takes on Kim Dotcom
May 13, 2016
Kazakhstan, Seeking Hacker Identities, Takes on Kim Dotcom
A New Zealand court has ordered Mega to turn over user information in a Kazakhstan leaked government documents case.
Kazakhstan, Seeking Hacker Identities, Takes on Kim Dotcom
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