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December 04, 2023

Australian Wildfires: Is the Term ‘Bushfire’ Out of Date?

By Helen Bromhead
Fires are changing so does that mean the way we refer to them should too? It could soon be a hot topic.

December 02, 2023

Australia Is Close to Eliminating HIV Transmission, But Not There Yet

By Skye McGregor and Darryl O'Donnell
Australia is getting close to eliminating HIV transmission, but inequities in the delivery and uptake of prevention and treatment strategies remain.
November 30, 2023

Young Men in Bali Behind a New HIV Prevention Approach

By Dinar Lubis
Condom giveaways and printed flyers are out. Inclusive and engaging digital content is the way to change high-risk behavior.

November 29, 2023

Women’s Rights in the Balance as India Weighs Criminalizing Marital Rape

By Saumya Uma
India's Supreme Court is poised to deliver a landmark judgement that may make marital rape a crime, a fiercely debated subject with roots in colonial law.

November 28, 2023

Domino Effect: Can 2023 State Elections Upset the Modi Machine in 2024?

By Nikhil Sehra
India's state elections don’t usually foretell national polls, but this time around, many will be looking for signs of a winning strategy.

November 25, 2023

The BJP Tries on a New Image: Champion of ‘Good Governance’

By Satish K. Jha
With state and national elections ahead, the party moves away from its time-tested appeal to Hindu nationalism.
November 20, 2023

Are We There Yet? Indonesia’s Huge EV Challenge

By Mailinda Eka Yuniza and Jonathan Abram Dewanto
Indonesia wants to increase its use of EVs but the cost of rolling out public charging stations is just one challenge.

November 09, 2023

No Hedging for Malaysia in Israel-Hamas Conflict

By Collins Chong Yew Keat
Malaysia is a clear supporter of the Palestinian cause and is unlikely to bend over backwards for Western powers.

November 07, 2023

Can the PIF Leaders’ Meeting Break the Cycle After Another Climate Fund Setback?

By Isabella Massa and Samory Toure
The PIF Leaders' Meeting is an important chance to jolt the world into action on a climate Loss and Damage Fund after decades of fighting for justice.

November 06, 2023

Pacific Wrestles With the Great China-US Divide

By Henryk Szadziewski
Pacific Islands Forum members face challenging conversations about the prickly China-U.S. relationship and its effect on the region.

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