Magazine Hannah McGlade on Australia’s Shame and the Work to Be Done By Catherine Putz | December 01, 2023
“Aboriginal communities have been given a clear message by the majority of Australians that they are not respected, and that Australia remains a racist country.”
Security PALM10: Japan’s Chance to Engage With Pacific Island Countries By Mina Pollmann | November 30, 2023
As China attempts to increase its influence over the PICs, Japan must marshal a strategic response that connects these states to its broader objectives in the Indo-Pacific.
Society Gender Norms and Women’s Double Burden in East Asia By Jessica Shao and Yoolim Lee | November 29, 2023
South Korea, Japan, and China share similar issues with entrenched gender norms regarding childcare and employment, which are being reflected in their plunging birthrates.
Politics From Green to Blue: The Political History of Ko Wen-je By Brian Hioe and Lev Nachman | November 28, 2023
Who is the third-party candidate shaking up Taiwan's presidential race?
Society Unforgettable Episodes From a 21-Day Covert Assignment in Myanmar By Rajeev Bhattacharyya | November 27, 2023
Crossing a military camp, smoking a ‘COVID-19 cigarette’ and narrowly escaping being mowed down by a truck: The Diplomat’s Rajeev Bhattacharyya shares his experiences.