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China’s New Confrontationalism Could Spark Investment Boom in SE Asia
December 08, 2014
China’s New Confrontationalism Could Spark Investment Boom in SE Asia
If Chinese authorities keep going after foreign multinationals, ASEAN could be the winner.
China’s New Confrontationalism Could Spark Investment Boom in SE Asia
Disappointing Outcome at Pacific Fisheries Meet
December 05, 2014
Disappointing Outcome at Pacific Fisheries Meet
A conference on South Pacific fishing has failed to strengthen safeguards for fast-dwindling stocks.
Disappointing Outcome at Pacific Fisheries Meet
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?
December 04, 2014
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?
The AIIB offers the region an additional source to fund infrastructure. This should be welcomed.
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?
It Just Became Much Easier to Travel to India
November 29, 2014
It Just Became Much Easier to Travel to India
India's new visa-on-arrival scheme will make traveling there much easier.
It Just Became Much Easier to Travel to India
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
November 27, 2014
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
The region has made little headway in achieving gender equality.
Asia’s Faltering ‘Womenomics’
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
November 22, 2014
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
The country will be leading the bloc during a pivotal year. Can it deliver on its promises?
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair in 2015: What To Expect
Managing Indo-Pacific Crises
November 19, 2014
Managing Indo-Pacific Crises
Is there a multilateral mechanism that could manage air and maritime encounters in a tense region?
Managing Indo-Pacific Crises
Australia and China: Free and Friendly Trade
November 19, 2014
Australia and China: Free and Friendly Trade
Australia and China have announced a comprehensive free trade agreement.
Australia and China: Free and Friendly Trade
Australia’s FTA Balancing Act
November 18, 2014
Australia’s FTA Balancing Act
New Chinese and Indian agreements highlight Canberra’s evolving Indo-Pacific trade strategy.
Australia’s FTA Balancing Act
Australia's First Naval Battle
November 10, 2014
Australia's First Naval Battle
"November 9 is when the light cruiser HMAS Sydney met the light cruiser SMS Emden in action in the Indian Ocean."
Australia's First Naval Battle
Australia’s 'Billion Dollar' China Deal
November 07, 2014
Australia’s 'Billion Dollar' China Deal
The government touts a billion dollar cattle export deal, but others wonder where it is getting its figures from.
Australia’s 'Billion Dollar' China Deal
US Pressures China to Kill Asia-Pacific Free Trade Agreement Talks
November 04, 2014
US Pressures China to Kill Asia-Pacific Free Trade Agreement Talks
The U.S. is reportedly opposing discussion of FTAAP at the upcoming APEC summit.
US Pressures China to Kill Asia-Pacific Free Trade Agreement Talks
Speaking Truth to Power: Canadian War Crimes in Korea
November 03, 2014
Speaking Truth to Power: Canadian War Crimes in Korea
A history professor uncovers some troubling evidence from the Korean War.
Speaking Truth to Power: Canadian War Crimes in Korea
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?
The Great Kiwi Balancing Act
October 21, 2014
The Great Kiwi Balancing Act
With a seat on the UN Security Council, New Zealand will need to find its voice on foreign policy.
The Great Kiwi Balancing Act
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
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