Is Anzac Day a remembrance or a sedative?
China's dream scenario for Asia
How the EU inflamed the Ukraine conflict
Countering ISIS online
Southeast Asia links: Leaked Thai constitution, Vietnam anniversary, Myanmar debate and more
China's economic march into Pakistan
Burma: The return of the 'vigilantes'
A note to Congressional Republicans: Why the neocon formula won't work in Asia
All the way with KSA?
Pacific Island links: PNG budget and falling LNG prices, Bougainville mining, PACER plus and more
Australia and UN peacekeeping: Time for a reset
How should a democracy fight terrorism?
Obama embarks on longest ever presidential India visit
Drugs and the death penalty in Southeast Asia
Social media is not electronic graffiti
Australia's Security Council presence will be missed
Why China's Silk Road initiative matters
No, the IMF did not cause the Ebola crisis
Hizbullah feeling the strain
China cyberspies target more than just F-35
Great moments in US political debates
Why academics should blog
16 February 2012 10:58AM
India is stepping up its
domestic search for uranium
Christopher Joye notes some
good economic data from Europe and the US
. Walter Russell Mead says the US could yet
fall back into recession
The Japanese love affair with Steve Jobs
(his 2005 Stanford commencement address made it into Japanese school textbooks).
The Economist interviews Kevin Rudd
. (Thanks Danielle.)
Gideon Rachman and Robert Kagan
debate American decline
Can communal violence
What it's like to work in international development (h/t
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