Book review: The China-Pakistan Axis
The Liaoning story says much about modern China
Australia's Security Council presence will be missed
Saudi Arabia has a new king with the same old policies
New Zealand's UN Security Council debut: Peace in the Middle East
A Chinese canal in Nicaragua?
So long, farewell
Freedom of the press in Fiji under pressure
Why has the West tolerated Hun Sen?
My new favourite Onion headline
Should the US retrench from South Korea? Yes
China: Economic war and the humbling of multinationals
Quarter of a million people displaced in Myanmar's humanitarian crisis
Indonesia: Dispelling the ghosts of '98
Iraq: ISIS's error, Maliki's mismanagement, Obama's opportunity
China: Climate wrecker or climate leader?
Why China's Silk Road initiative matters
UN in South Sudan: The ghosts of Rwanda and Srebrenica
Just how expensive is renewable energy?
China's Xinjiang policy: A Middle East headache
If the sky falls, can we shoot it?
Pakistan-US relations: Annus horribilis
8 December 2011 12:08PM
A useful list of
prominent Southeast Asian bloggers
Stephen Walt on '
', which Peter Beinart suggests is the real '
Weapons don't make war
The US Navy will use
chicken fat for fuel
as part of its 'Green Fleet' plan.
One sign of rising nationalism?
Animals that cross borders
deep historical continuity
of voting/ideological patterns.
How not to behave
when you attend a think-tank talk or lecture.
The Red Cross risks
trivialising international human rights law (IHL)
: 'there is an audience of approximately 600 million gamers who may be
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