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18 April 2019
President Rodrigo Duterte

Finding the right amount of independence for Asia’s central banks

by Adam Triggs and Jake Read
March 2019 saw Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte move his Budget Secretary, Benjamin...

18 April 2019
Mother and children

Podcast: Naila Kabeer – the gender agenda

Gendered poverty and the Sustainable Development Goals

18 April 2019
Democracy sausage

Podcast: Democracy Sausage with Mark Kenny

Your weekly fry up of Australia’s election campaign

Mark Kenny, Andrew Hughes, Bob McMullan, Shirley...

17 April 2019
Indonesian election banners

Polarisation in Indonesia: what if perception is reality?

by Eve Warburton
There are plenty of reasons to view this year’s presidential elections in Indonesia as less polarising...

16 April 2019
Professor Roderic Broadhurst

‘Alarming’ amount of new drugs on dark web: ANU study

Australians have access to mass amounts of potent drugs online, equivalent to "billions of doses" every day, according to a...

15 April 2019
Joko Widodo

Jokowi still Indonesia’s best bet in this week’s election

How much Jokowi is willing to sidestep democratic norms in order to leave an economic legacy?

12 April 2019

Australia-India: naval drills show trust, yet political caution still

Exercises with submarines marks a significant step, but New Delhi is wary of any four-way cooperation with Canberra.

12 April 2019
Dr Rebecca Gidley and Dr Dr Prajak Kongkirati

ANU illiberalism conference attracts Southeast Asian academics to return to Canberra

Top graduates from The Australian National University (ANU) have returned to campus to discuss the state of liberal democracy in...

12 April 2019

Solomon Islands elections: continuity, with change – or vice versa?

James Batley on the 2019 Solomon Islands election results

12 April 2019
Christchurch flower tribute

Podcast: Countering violent extremism

The Christchurch attacks, radicalisation, and the role of social and mainstream media.


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