The day Gough called me
Weekend catch-up: 'Shirtfronting', chemical weapons in Iraq, Modi in Australia, smartphones and more
Will Ebola take centre stage at the Brisbane G20 Summit?
Jokowi's maritime inaugural address
ISIS and Iraq's chemical weapons
Property: How Beijing has captured China's middle-class
Rural wages in Asia: Good news to end the week
The WTO is in big trouble
Will Jokowi skip the G20 in Brisbane?
The reinvention of Rudd continues
Should the US retrench from South Korea? Yes
China: Economic war and the humbling of multinationals
Quarter of a million people displaced in Myanmar's humanitarian crisis
Indonesia: Dispelling the ghosts of '98
Iraq: ISIS's error, Maliki's mismanagement, Obama's opportunity
China: Climate wrecker or climate leader?
Why China's Silk Road initiative matters
UN in South Sudan: The ghosts of Rwanda and Srebrenica
Just how expensive is renewable energy?
China's Xinjiang policy: A Middle East headache
Debt and disorder
China's own goal: A 'normalised' Japan
Tuesday linkage: Zero Dark Thirty, China corruption, future tense and more
11 December 2012 1:34PM
The Kokoda Foundation's journal, Security Challenges,
has gone open-access
. The current edition is focused on the South Pacific. (Thanks Andrew.)
Every four or five years, the futurists at the US National Intelligence Council take a stab at forecasting
what the globe will be like two decades hence
. (Thanks Stephen.)
Sydney's second airport is a major policy challenge
for Australia's Asian century ambitions
testing combat drones
on one of its carriers.
How bad is corruption in China
? Pretty normal for a country at its stage of development, and likely to decline as China grows.
people tend to avoid collective action to address political problems.
Zero Dark Thirty
, the first feature film about the bin Laden raid, will
reignite the US torture debate
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