Is America, like Japan, getting ‘Korea fatigue'?
Jakarta marks a forgotten anniversary
Assad's regime is brittle, and it may fall fast
Australia can play a part in ending Indonesia's abusive 'virginity tests'
US, EU and Russia compete over Black Sea
What to do with a returning jihadi
Syria: The world must prepare for a new humanitarian crisis
Quick comment: Bonnie Glaser on the South China Sea
How effective are strategies to counter violent extremism?
CNN's Poseidon adventure signals more assertive US stance on South China Sea
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
Observations on the defence debate
Time is ripe for cyber security rethink
Tuesday linkage: Holden, China's cities, copyright, Asian Century and more
21 August 2012 2:17PM
Asia's emerging economies are among the most exposed to
financial risks from natural disasters
, says a new study. (Thanks Malcolm.)
China's cities may be unlivable
, but some people are getting around the crush (if not the smog) by
building their McMansions on top of a shopping mall
The Australia-US FTA does nothing to
help Holden sell utes in the US
Joseph Stiglitz says
new discoveries in Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania and Mozambique don't necessarily mean Africa will succumb to the natural resources curse. (Thanks Steve.)
: Australia's education system 'has created Australians so ill-informed many who visit Bali don't realise they are in Indonesia.'
Related: former Lowy Institute Executive Director Allan Gyngell is helping Ken Henry's Asian Century White Paper team to
whittle down their 500-page draft
Stephen Grenville is right to raise concerns about
the encroachment of US copyright standards on Australia and the region
. But more fundamentally, the whole philosophy of seeing ideas as property is suspect (h/t
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