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26 October 2012

A couple of rocks and a hard place

East Asia's territorial disputes can only be solved by coming to terms with the past, writes YONGWOOK RYU.

24 October 2012

Getting to know the neighbours

ROBERT CRIBB reflects on the future of ASEAN and why Southeast Asia matters to Australia.

19 October 2012

Leading from the middle

Australia should prepare to play a leading role among the elected members on the UN Security Council, writes JEREMY FARRALL.

17 October 2012
Photo by Greenpeace.

Afterglow

The rest of the world will be watching as Australia and India set to make a deal on uranium.

17 October 2012

The hot seat

RAOUL HEINRICHS assesses Australia’s chances of winning a seat on the UN Security Council.

16 October 2012
Rice on display in Seoul, South Korea. Photo by Andrew Walker.

Against the grain

Hyper-modern South Korea is a lot more in touch with its rural identity than agricultural Thailand, writes ANDREW WALKER.

16 October 2012

Much ado about very little

Forget uranium; it’s now time to focus on strengthening the Australia-India relationship, writes IAN HALL.

15 October 2012

Land is the new gold

Land grabs are becoming all too common in Melanesia – with disastrous consequences for locals, writes SIOBHAN McDONELL.

12 October 2012

Ten years after terror

A decade on, GREG FEALY reflects on what the Bali bombing has meant for global jihad & the fight against terror.

11 October 2012

ANU honours leaders of Australia-Japan relationship

Australian and Japanese business leaders given honorary degrees.

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