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May 02, 2024

The Corporate Takeover of India’s Media

By R Srinivasan
Press freedom in India has been badly hit by the gobbling up of media platforms by a few large companies.
April 30, 2024

Where to Next in Australia’s Battle With Elon Musk and X?

By Terry Flew
The Australian government’s battle with Elon Musk and X over violent content appears admirable, but will it change anything for those vulnerable to its harm?

April 30, 2024

India Can Do More to Protect Workers in War Zones

By Swetasree Ghosh Roy
Ironclad regulations for migrants in conflict zones are preferable to the current piecemeal approach.

April 26, 2024

Voters Back Maldives Change in Foreign Policy

By Athaulla A Rasheed
A parliamentary supermajority is a chance for Mohammad Muizzu’s government to overhaul foreign policy, but Maldives thrives by embracing all willing partners.

April 25, 2024

Delhi’s Dilemma: A Growing Economy and Growing Unemployment

By Rajat Kathuria
India is on its way to becoming the third-largest economy in the world, yet unemployment among young people with graduate degrees is at an all-time high.
April 22, 2024

Is Southeast Asia’s Healthcare Workforce Ready for Climate Change?

By Gabriela Fernando and Angie Bone
Across the region, it’s never been more critical to cultivate a resilient healthcare workforce capable of addressing climate-induced public health issues.

April 20, 2024

Indian Democracy’s Tryst With Trust

By Ajay Gudavarthy
Elections in India represent a paradoxical see-saw between trust and crises of legitimacy.
April 18, 2024

Is Maldives Ready for Its Tactical Drones?

By Athaulla A Rasheed
Maldives has launched its first tactical drones. The eyes in the sky will improve the country’s defense force’s monitoring, surveillance, and data capabilities.

April 18, 2024

Red Shirt Leader’s Return Sparks Hope for Democratic Renewal in Thailand

By Thanapat Pekanan
Can the return of exiled politicians ignite hope for Thai democracy and reshape its political landscape?

April 16, 2024

China’s Influence Weighs Heavily on Solomon Islands Election

By Priestley Habru
Chinese cash is reaping political rewards ahead of the Solomon Islands election as the West fails to walk the talk in its Pacific step-up.

April 15, 2024

How Conservative Media Fuels Australia’s Nuclear Power Debate

By Phil McManus
Debates over nuclear power in Australia continue to be stoked not by industry or voters, but by the media.
April 11, 2024

How India’s Beaches Can Unlock a Nuclear-powered Future

By Rudra Prasad Pradhan and Kalyani Yeola
India’s indigenous nuclear reactor prototype and abundant thorium reserves hold the key to the country’s future energy security.

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