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New Zealand to Open Travel Bubble With Australia on April 19
April 06, 2021

New Zealand to Open Travel Bubble With Australia on April 19

By Nick Perry
Australia had previously allowed New Zealanders to arrive without going into quarantine but New Zealand had taken a more cautious approach.

Why Australia Needs to Prioritize Women
April 06, 2021

Why Australia Needs to Prioritize Women

By Grant Wyeth
If we understand the state as a self-interested entity, then it is puzzling that it would not seek to neutralize issues that adversely affect half its population.
US Ambassador Makes First Visit to Taiwan in More Than 40 Years
April 01, 2021

US Ambassador Makes First Visit to Taiwan in More Than 40 Years

By Eleanor Albert
A visit from Palau’s president also highlighted a milestone for Taiwan-U.S. relations.

Palau President Visits Taiwan Despite Chinese Pressure
March 31, 2021

Palau President Visits Taiwan Despite Chinese Pressure

By Associated Press
In tow was the U.S. ambassador to Palau, John Hennessey-Niland, a further sign of Washington's support for Taiwan.

US Opens Initiative to Focus on ‘Small and Less Populous Island Economies’
March 30, 2021

US Opens Initiative to Focus on ‘Small and Less Populous Island Economies’

By Grant Wyeth
In addition to the Pacific Island states, the SALPIE initiative covers island nations in the Caribbean and North Atlantic, which share climate change and COVID-19 concerns.

The Common (and Overlooked) Underpinnings of Australia’s Economy
March 26, 2021

The Common (and Overlooked) Underpinnings of Australia’s Economy

By Conor McLaughlin
Much of the discussion about diversification is centered on two overarching premises: China and trade. What does that approach miss?

Can New Zealand Fix Its Housing Crisis?
March 26, 2021

Can New Zealand Fix Its Housing Crisis?

By Joshua Mcdonald
In the final quarter of 2020, 40 percent of all property sales in New Zealand were to people who owned multiple properties already.
Why Is Australia’s Vaccine Campaign Moving So Slowly?
March 22, 2021

Why Is Australia’s Vaccine Campaign Moving So Slowly?

By Joshua Mcdonald
More than 6 million Australians are currently eligible to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. A mere fraction have received it.

Australian Parliamentary Debate Condemns China over Uyghur Abuses
March 22, 2021

Australian Parliamentary Debate Condemns China over Uyghur Abuses

By Philip Citowicki
The motion can be interpreted as a parliamentary release valve for the growing pressure around matters of human rights in China.

A Patchwork Vaccine Rollout in the Pacific Islands
March 19, 2021

A Patchwork Vaccine Rollout in the Pacific Islands

By Andreyka Natalegawa and Camille Bismonte
Vaccine rollout in the Pacific has been anything but uniform.

Papua New Guinea Faces Rising COVID-19 Cases
March 17, 2021

Papua New Guinea Faces Rising COVID-19 Cases

By Joshua Mcdonald
The Pacific Island nation is on the brink of disaster, regional health experts warn.
Australia’s Big Plans for Clean Energy Exports
March 17, 2021

Australia’s Big Plans for Clean Energy Exports

By James Guild
A plan to export solar power to Southeast Asia via underwater cable have attracted media attention, but have a lot of obstacles to overcome.

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