Malaysian Airlines shootdown: Australia should step up
Prabowo loses election, but how will he respond?
Does Abbott understand the China challenge?
Saudi-China relations: Emblematic of China’s new foreign policy challenges
China’s Foreign Aid White Paper: Quick overview
Indonesian election: Time for SBY to step in
MH17: A chance for Russia and Ukraine to blink?
Middle powers in Asia: The limits of realism
China's determination to be a great power
Indonesia: Defence and foreign policy implications of a Jokowi presidency
Did the BRICS score in Brazil?
Alliances in Asia: South Korea unlikely to be lost
Baghdadi's caliphate is a mirage, but a damaging one
Does inequality make a country less secure?
Australia in Asia: Who is our best friend?
Australia will miss SBY. America won't.
China promotes dialogue with US while clamping down at home
PNG: O'Neill survives, rule-of-law suffers
Obama-Abbott defence agreement: More than meets the eye
Assessing Australia's UN performance
Reader riposte: Asia literacy about more than jobs
Do Australian schools teach our kids anything about Southeast Asia?
2 November 2011 9:32AM
new Pentagon review
will recommend less emphasis on counter-insurgency and more on maritime operations in the Asia Pacific. (H/t
raises its minimum wage
, potentially pushing manufacturing into Southeast Asia.
Qadhafi's overthrow has left
tons of chemical weapons
to be disposed.
Of interest to Australian republicans: coverage of the
recent Irish Presidential election
The Greek referendum may be
a sign it's leaving the euro
. Nice line from
: 'The Brussels authorities react to the prospect of a referendum like a vampire to garlic.'
: 'The revolutionary impact of the US on the Arab and Islamic world has always been more about culture and ideas than about formal political structures'.
How did the human population get so big, so fast? (H/t
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