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Asia's child migrants

17 September 2016

Leaving one’s birthplace to move to a new region or country has been one of the central features of human civilisation. An estimated 214 million people worldwide are international migrants and 740...

Destruction in Azaz, Syria. Image courtesy of Christiaan Triebert, Flickr.

An uneasy ceasefire has come into effect in Syria

13 September 2016

A new humanitarian ceasefire has come into effect in Syria. The aim of the deal is to allow food and medicine into shattered cities such as Aleppo where civilians have borne the brunt of the fighting...

Benjamin Zala

China-US tensions at G20 summit

6 September 2016

Dr Benjamin Zala speaks to Beverley O’Connor from the ABC about growing tensions at the G20 summit in China. He discusses issues such as the possible meaning and portent of US President Barack...

US President Barack Obama arrives for a news conference at the close of the ASEAN summit February, 2016  (Photo: Reuters)

ASEAN centrality losing ground

5 September 2016

Vientiane will host the 28th ASEAN Summit this week, with the summit documents rotating around the same themes that ASEAN has been promoting for decades: unity and centrality. The worry, both at the...

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Philippines stumbling towards dangerous isolation

11 August 2016

Shortly after his landslide victory, President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines received a phone call from President Obama. In that call, Obama emphasized the shared democratic values that tie the...

Women and violent extremism

10 August 2016

Do women engage in terrorism for a cause or for the sake of violence? If recent reports are to be believed, Islamic State may be on the decline. After sowing chaos in the region with its deadly mix...

Breathtaking but counterproductive: the South China Sea arbitration award

14 July 2016

Anthony Bergin wrote here on The Strategist that The Hague award in The Philippines v China arbitration case is a heavy defeat for Beijing. The award is breathtaking in its overwhelming support for...

Brexit campaigner Michael Gove will run to be the next Conservative Party leader and UK prime minister.  Photo: Jack Taylor

Brexit shows the vandals aren't at the gates; they’re the ones in power

4 July 2016

Political leaders who jettison facts undermine the very fabric of our democracies and threaten our future, writes Mathew Davies. In the run-up to Britain’s referendum on the EU, Michael Gove,...

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Brexit serves as a warning to ASEAN

28 June 2016

The lesson from the UK-EU split should not be one of smugness, but that regional cooperation only exists thanks to citizens’ permission. For decades the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN...

'60 Minutes' detention highlights women's rights issues in Lebanon

'60 Minutes' detention highlights women's rights issues in Lebanon

14 April 2016

On 7 April, the Lebanese internal security forces intercepted a kidnap attempt by British child recovery agents on a Beirut street. The agents were acting on behalf of an Australian woman, Sally...

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