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All is not well with the Malaysian government and their voting system, says a leading expert.
Democracy is no guarantee of preventing violence against women, write ANNA SAMSON and AKSHAY SHANKER.
By calling a federal election this September, Australia has scored an own goal on the global stage, writes SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER.
Asia’s successful industrialisation has brought Australia from down under and closer to the world’s centre, writes SHIRO ARMSTRONG.
A growing economy does not have to mean growing emissions, new study finds.
Sharing oil and gas found in the Timor Sea could be a sticky issue for Australia and Timor-Leste, writes EVAN HYND.
Are the ambitious targets set out in the Australia in the Asian century white paper achievable?
North Korea’s latest nuclear test could signal a bigger and more robust arsenal, writes KALMAN A ROBERTSON.
An endowed chair professor of Korean studies offers some key insights on how listening to the past can help women rewrite the future.
SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER outlines why this Valentine's Day women and men around the globe are rising up for global gender justice.
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