Malaysian Airlines shootdown: Australia should step up
Saudi-China relations: Emblematic of China’s new foreign policy challenges
Radio Australia cuts hurt the Pacific and Australia
Indonesia: Defence and foreign policy implications of a Jokowi presidency
Australia's new activism: The view from Washington
MH17: A chance for Russia and Ukraine to blink?
Russia's MH17 response: How to mismanage a crisis
MH17: What does international law say?
MH17: A Malaysian perspective
MH17: The Australians get their resolution
Why China's Silk Road initiative matters
Did the BRICS score in Brazil?
The limits of Indonesia's anti-corruption campaign
China: Climate wrecker or climate leader?
Gaza: Searching for a ceasefire (mediator)
Australia in Asia: Who is our best friend?
UN in South Sudan: The ghosts of Rwanda and Srebrenica
Australia will miss SBY. America won't.
Obama-Abbott defence agreement: More than meets the eye
Assessing Australia's UN performance
Lebanon: Clarifying 'the situation'
Pacific islands: It's about the women
Monday linkage: Global Hawk, public diplomacy, Imran Khan and more
3 September 2012 4:08PM
Not only in China do amateur military sleuths
. To America's discomfort,
Australia has plane spotters too
, as the ABC's Mark Corcoran discovered. (Thanks Michael.)
I have just discovered the University of Southern California's
Public Diplomacy blog
Online education is booming in Asia
The US election is not really an Obama vs Romney contest.
It's more like Keynes vs Hayek, or idealism vs pragmatism
Malaysia's ruling coalition is 'the longest serving elected ruling party in the world'.
But that might be about to end
Unintended consequences: a new ICG report says Indonesia's decade-old decentralisation process has led to
poor regional compliance with central court decisions
. (Thanks Stephen.)
The Economist interviews Imran Khan:
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