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22 February 2019

Performing pluralism: why the BJP wants Muslim friends

Felix Pal explains the motives behind BJP’s performative minority outreach

22 February 2019

EFIC reform: a bad idea

Prime Minister Morrison’s November 2018 Townsville speech made two announcements about infrastructure for the Pacific, but only one has received any attention.

21 February 2019

New Colombo Plan scholar Catia Rizio on learning Burmese in Yangon

Catia Rizio “fell into learning Burmese” after participating in study tours to Thailand and Myanmar offered by ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, but now the New Colombo Plan scholar is on the fast-track to fluency and exploring her interests in human rights and social issues.

21 February 2019

We're in the midst of a Global Syndemic - and here's what you can do about it

Sharon Friel on how we can address the three greatest threats to the planet

21 February 2019

Kashmir attack a deadly blow to India–Pakistan ties

Claude Rakisits on the implications of the Kashmir terrorist attack for India-Pakistan relations

20 February 2019

Thaksin’s royal fiasco

What are the repercussions of recent events likely to be for Thailand’s elections scheduled for 24 March?

20 February 2019

Thailand’s misstep on the way back towards democracy

The EAF Editorial Board breaks down the political drama in Thailand

20 February 2019

How to defend Australia

Q&A: Emeritus Professor Hugh White AO

15 February 2019

Water wars in the Murray-Darling Basin

Evidence ignored and accountability missing in Australia’s water reform

15 February 2019

National security trend lines: 2019

The issues set to dominate national security policy-making in Australia


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