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While a step in the right direction for universal rights, ASEAN’s human rights declaration is no Magna Carta, writes MATHEW DAVIES.
There is much to be gained in forging stronger ties, if only Australia and India can learn to get along.
A window of opportunity has opened up for a new global carbon pricing forum, says leading economist.
Japan has a home-grown national security obsession, writes AMY L CATALINAC.
The mobile phone is shaking up politics, business and daily life in India, write ASSA DORON and ROBIN JEFFREY.
The jury's in and the experts agree - it's time for Australia to think about the South Pacific as an arc of opportunity, writes JOANNE WALLIS.
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.
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