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07 March 2019
International Women's Day 2019

Inspiring Women of CAP: Cynthia Banham

CAP alumna Cynthia Banham spoke to us about what International Women's Day means to her.

07 March 2019
International Women's Day 2019

Inspiring Women of CAP: Aanchal Chopra

Aanchal Chopra, CAP alumna and Associate at Boston Consulting Group, spoke to CAP student correspondent Dorothy Mason about IWD 2019.

07 March 2019

A balanced macroeconomic approach could be China’s panacea

Faced with a sluggish economy, should deleveraging policies be reversed?

07 March 2019

Step up or be overrun: China’s challenge for the Pacific

Listen to the latest episode of The Little Red Podcast

04 March 2019
Hanoi Summit

What comes after the Trump–Kim no deal in Hanoi

After much hype, the second Trump–Kim summit in Hanoi ended a half-day early as the two leaders failed to reach agreement. There is still a long road ahead to realise ‘the McDonald’s and Trump tower’ transformation that President Trump promises to deliver to North Korea.

04 March 2019

Podcast: Is every billionaire a policy failure?

On Policy Forum Pod this week, the team examines whether every billionaire is a policy failure, what the immense wealth of some tells us about income inequality, the role of philanthropy, and governments’ duty in ensuring fairness in society.

01 March 2019

India should aim for ‘escalation dominance’ over Pakistan

Ramesh Thakur on the escalating tension between India and Pakistan

28 February 2019

China coal trade too big for Beijing to meddle with … or Australia to get alarmed about

Shiro Armstrong and Peter Drysdale on the Chinese thermal coal market


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