Why the US and its allies must rethink their China war plans
Indonesia-Philippines border deal presages more united ASEAN South China Sea stance
Russia-Ukraine: What is Putin up to in Crimea?
US position hardens on China's nine-dashed line
South Korea: One year in, assessing Park Geun-Hye’s presidency
Meet Indonesia's middle class (part 4): Where fashion meets religion
'The Act of Killing' in a democratic Indonesia
In visa stoush, PNG only hurts itself
Indonesia's new breed of politicians: Risma's tears offer a lesson for Jokowi
Hagel’s defence budget proposal is a reasonable place-holder for the pivot
Vladimir Putin: Geopolitical wrecking ball
Bangkok protests: A view from the ground
Syria: Here endeth diplomacy
Foreign aid: Is Afghanistan a welfare state?
What can be done about income inequality?
US should resist China's ADIZ, but...
Failure to act on IMF reform damages US (and G20) credibility
Review: Paul Collier's 'Exodus'
Lebanon: Second front in the Syria war
Lessons for Australia from the Swiss referendum on immigration quotas
Common values: Beyond the beer with Kevin
From Jaipur to Karachi: Two literature festivals
21 February 2012 10:13AM
Women are more risk-averse than men, right?
New research suggests this might not be true
Major investigative piece
by Bloomberg on Indonesian fishermen being used as slave labour in New Zealand waters. (H/t
Must-read post from Nicholas Gruen
on what makes a great speech.
Peter Hartcher says
Australia was on Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping's mind when he visited Washington, DC.
Further to yesterday's post on TED, it is also the subject of
(gentle) mockery in The Muppets
of how Chinese net censorship works. China Media Project keeps an eagle eye on such stuff.
Some of the language used to describe the European economic crisis has a
worryingly militarised edge
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