Sarawak doesn’t have to trade in its forests for its future

IN October, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report outlining strategies the world can pursue…

Lord Howe Island: Bleaching strikes world’s southernmost coral reef

THIS month, corals in Lord Howe Island Marine Park began showing signs of bleaching. The 145,000…

Indonesia: Superficial presidential debates reveal major flaw in local politics

THE CURRENT presidential race between the incumbent Joko Widodo (Jokowi)–Ma’aruf Amin partnership and the Prabowo Subianto–Sandiaga…

The world could learn from Jacinda Ardern’s leadership on gun control

NEW ZEALAND’s response to the Christchurch mass-shooting shows that a country can find unity, rather than…

Is constitutional revision a bridge too far for Abe?

IN February 2019, Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) held its annual party convention. Prime Minister…

Nepal: Strains on intergovernmental relations are affecting progress

NEPAL’S federalism is still very young, but politicians – particularly at state and federal government levels…

China secures relationships in the Middle East as US ties falter

IN February 2019 Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman paid a much-publicised visit to…

The road to gender reform in Vietnam is long but necessary

GLOBALLY, removing sex discrimination from regulatory texts continues to ride a positive wave.This might be a…

Education in an age of the securitisation of everything

AS AUSTRALIA’s federal election looms, national security is aptly front and centre on both Liberal and…

Why the next terror manifesto could be even harder to track

JUST before his shooting spree at two Christchurch, New Zealand mosques, the alleged mass murderer posted…

How single women are driving gentrification in Hong Kong

GENTRIFICATION is reshaping urban areas all around the world, displacing large segments of the population and…

Global security solutions market set to cross $100b this year

INFORMATION and data is an attractive commodity and businesses need to guard their networks and protect…

Why China’s WeChat could be a key battleground in the Australian election

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley’s “young Asians with PhDs taking our jobs” blunder cost him dearly…

India, Pakistan & the changing rules of engagement – here’s what you need to know

MORE than 40 Indian security staff lost their lives in a suicide attack on February 14,…

Political scandals hang over Moon’s rush to populist projects

AS South Korea’s left-wing President Moon Jae-in enters the third year of his presidency, he appears…

To preserve its democracy, Indonesia must reconsider its current cyber-policy

INDONESIA has one of the fastest growing economies in Asia with Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth…

What will a Chinese takeover of the Hanjin shipyard cost the Philippines?

IN JANUARY 2019, South Korea’s Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction closed down its shipbuilding operations in the…

Love not War: Goodwill = Peace

February 21st 2019 Today, we had one of the coolest experiences on this trip.  We had…

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