Politics Fiji’s Youth Could Decide the Election – If They Vote By Angus Delaney | December 09, 2022
Young people are the largest bloc of potential votes – but historically, they haven’t showed up to the polls in large numbers.
Security Islamic State Khorasan Brings War With Pakistan to Afghan Soil By Lucas Webber | December 08, 2022
In striking a Pakistani target in Taliban territory, ISKP is harming its two primary battlefield enemies at once.
Diplomacy European Leaders Fret Over Their ‘Value-Led’ Approach to China By Duncan Bartlett | December 07, 2022
The recent visits to Beijing of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and European Council President Charles Michel reflected the ongoing attempt to calibrate Europe’s China policy.
Society How Zero COVID Protests Broke Through China’s Internet Censorship By Larry Mullin | December 06, 2022
China’s infamous Great Firewall cracked amid late November’s protests – the exact thing the censorship apparatus was designed to prevent.
Society Why We’re Watching Japan and South Korea at the World Cup By Layne Vandenberg | December 05, 2022
The performances of the Japanese and South Korean men’s national teams at the 2022 FIFA World Cup have embodied the stories we love to hear and watch.