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Why Is Papua New Guinea Still Hunting Witches?
January 17, 2018

Why Is Papua New Guinea Still Hunting Witches?

By  Ian Lloyd Neubauer
A six-year-old girl tortured for 'witchcraft' sparks international outrage.
Australia’s Same-Sex Marriage Breakthrough
November 28, 2017

Australia’s Same-Sex Marriage Breakthrough

By Ed Kennedy
What same-sex marriage legislation in Australia could mean for LGBTQI Rights in Asia.

Strange Bedfellows Down Under
November 15, 2017

Strange Bedfellows Down Under

By Jack Edward Effron
New Zealand's new coalition government is likely to have a short shelf life.

Australia’s Role in a New Korean War
November 15, 2017

Australia’s Role in a New Korean War

By Rowan Allport
What role would Australia's military play if a Second Korean War broke out?

Can Fiji Save the World?
November 07, 2017

Can Fiji Save the World?

By Lyndal Rowlands
Fiji wants countries to join its climate canoe at the latest UN climate talks.
Will Australia Finally Get a Space Agency?
October 24, 2017

Will Australia Finally Get a Space Agency?

By Luke Hunt
Canberra is moving toward a long-deferred dream.

A Stronger Australia in Southeast Asia?
October 09, 2017

A Stronger Australia in Southeast Asia?

By Luke Hunt
Concerning regional developments have put Canberra’s role in the spotlight.
Locating Taiwan on Australia’s Strategic Radar
August 15, 2017

Locating Taiwan on Australia’s Strategic Radar

By Sinclaire Prowse
Australia faces fundamental strategic choices when it comes to Taiwan.

Foreign Donations, Local Politics: China's Australia Influence
July 18, 2017

Foreign Donations, Local Politics: China's Australia Influence

By Ed Kennedy
Australia's foreign donation scandal exposes long-term strategic challenges.

A Remote Pacific Island Faces up to China
June 26, 2017

A Remote Pacific Island Faces up to China

By David Morris
Can Yap Island both protect its unique heritage and capitalize on Chinese investment?

Australia's Carmichael Coal Mine Folly
April 26, 2017

Australia's Carmichael Coal Mine Folly

By Grant Wyeth
Canberra is intent on seeing the controversial coal mine through.
A Schism Among Australian Conservatives
February 11, 2017

A Schism Among Australian Conservatives

By Grant Wyeth
Cory Bernardi's defection from the Liberal Party is a significant moment in Australian politics.

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