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30 January 2019

Misguided multilateralism

Are we betting too much on conventional wisdom?

25 January 2019
Xi Jinping

Arrest of Yang Hengjun drags Australia into China's hostage diplomacy

The unexplained arrest of Australian citizen Yang Hengjun in China is a jolting start to bilateral relations in 2019.

25 January 2019

China's hostage-taking challenges Australia too

As Australians enjoy the freedom of summer holidays, we should spare a thought for two Canadians who have begun the New Year as political detainees in China.

25 January 2019

India grows despite inter-government woes

Raghbendra Jha on the challenges faced by India for maintaining financial stability

25 January 2019

Competing Pacific narratives

Joanne Wallis on the geopolitical discussions of the Pacific islands in 2018

24 January 2019

ANU gender expert wins Fulbright Senior Scholar Award

Congratulations to Dr Joyce Wu from the Crawford School of Public Policy!

18 January 2019
Thai parliament house

The future of Thailand in an era of great power rivalry

As relations between China and Thailand grow closer, Thai elites attempt to moderate Beijing’s influence.

17 January 2019
Gender balance

Well then, walk 500 miles more

Professor Helen Sullivan on putting our best foot forward towards gender balance.

16 January 2019
Murray-Darling Basin

Toxic: what is rotten in the Murray-Darling Basin?

The devastating scene of thousands of dead fish in one of Australia’s most important river systems highlights a failure of governance and policy, Quentin Grafton, Emma Carmody, Matthew Colloff and John Williams write.


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