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G20 lacking ambition on climate change
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Shangri La Dialogue: Ash Carter strikes determined, reasonable tone
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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