The internet has become the world’s battlezone, and we’re all caught up in it

MOST people think the internet operates as a kind of global public square. In reality, it’s…

How social media recounted the story of the latest India-Pakistan conflict

FOLLOWING a military confrontation with India in the disputed Kashmir region in late February, which left both the…

How to prevent the ‘robot apocalypse’ from ending labour as we know it

IT seems not a day goes by without the appearance of another dire warning about the…

Hydrogen fuels rockets, but what about power for daily life? We’re getting closer

HAVE you ever watched a space shuttle launch? The fuel used to thrust these enormous structures…

India’s elections will be a struggle for the country’s soul

INDIAN elections are big. Big in numbers and big in significance.  The national election coming up…

Can Japan’s ‘womenomics’ achieve better work–life balance?

JAPAN’S policies to increase women’s employment are finally bearing fruit, especially by allowing female university graduates…

Community takes the lead in new Philippines’ marine protected area

A NEW marine protected area (MPA) has been founded in the Philippines within what are considered…

Guess what? More female reps on boards doesn’t equal diversity

MORE women on boards is seen as an important indicator of gender equality and board effectiveness.…

Will national security concerns end the globalisation of technology?

TECHNOLOGY is a key battlefield according to recent Five Eyes’ moves to limit China’s foreign technology…

What university attrition rates tell us about gender inequality in vocational training

IT’s been long-established that there are more women enrolled in Australian universities than men. In a…

Kashmir conflict is not just a border dispute between India and Pakistan

TENSIONS between India and Pakistan have diminished in recent days after repeated military clashes in Kashmir…

How to mine the moon

IF you were transported to the Moon this very instant, you would surely and rapidly die.…

Time to modernise, not abandon, the WTO

AS the old adage goes, any publicity is good publicity. But with the headlines of late,…

The silent majorities of Japan and South Korea grow tired of official squabbles

MANY observers argue that Japan–South Korea relations are at their lowest point since diplomatic normalisation in…

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Architects bring bamboo revival to Indonesia’s Sulawesi island

AMAN Wijaya looks up at the roof made from a thousand bamboo stems. “At last this…

Hong Kong’s failing welfare system: A lack of vision or a lack of capacity?

IN Hong Kong’s highly politically divided legislature, pro-establishment lawmakers hardly seem to agree on any major…

How SpaceX lowered costs and reduced barriers to space

ON March 2, SpaceX plans to launch its first test of an unmanned Dragon vehicle which…

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