Indonesian election: Poll shows late Jokowi rebound, country braces for a close result
Beijing's new map: South China Sea rivals respond
Australia's economic growth secret: It's not mining, and it's not micro reform...
Indonesian election: Jokowi scores in extra time, but will it be enough?
Australia's economy: Luck will favour the prepared
China's foreign aid: New facts and figures
Australians shifting on climate change
Will Aung San Suu Kyi be president? Odds are lengthening
Prabowo loses election, but how will he respond?
Japanese collective self-defence: Abe's changes won't help
Does inequality make a country less secure?
Climate change: Australia takes it seriously, and so should Abbott
When should the IMF apologise?
Australia will miss SBY. America won't.
Australia in Asia: Who is our best friend?
PNG: O'Neill survives, rule-of-law suffers
China: Why Pu Zhiqiang's arrest matters for all of us
Philippine-US security pact: Implications for the pivot and the South China Sea
Obama-Abbott defence agreement: More than meets the eye
Assessing Australia's UN performance
Australia joins G20 troika. Now what?
Capital controls are the new black
Wednesday linkage: Secrecy, Doha, Homeland, TPP, migration and more
5 December 2012 3:37PM
The Guardian's environment blog
is carrying regular updates from the Doha climate conference. Anyone want to
suggest some good Doha reading
The internet was meant to make governments more responsive to citizens, but a statistical study in seven countries shows
parties and candidates aren't returning your emails
Bill Sweetman argues that
secrecy impedes decision-making on defence procurement
. That's just one article in the
latest issue of Defense Technology International
, devoted entirely to secrecy and free online.
Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations continue in New Zealand this week.
Here's what's on the table
A survey of world opinion on migration
. You'll never guess which country has the most pro-migration attitude (h/t
fans should read this one
, arguing that, although it's a 'liberal' show (in the US sense), it's sensibility is very similar to the paranoia that marked
From yellowface to Red Dawn
: how Hollywood depicts Asians.
Senator John McCain joshes Senator John Kerry about rumours he may be the next Secretary of State, then Kerry gets his own back (h/t
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