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Strategy, Power and Change in Southeast Asia
Strategy, Power and Change in Southeast Asia  


September 2, 2016  

In Southeast Asia, US-China geopolitical competition is playing out amid growing internal changes for key ASEAN states The... 

How are the Small Countries Doing?
How are the Small Countries Doing?  


September 2, 2016  

Why and how small advanced economies – the canaries in the coal mine – are signalling the emergence of new fault lines... 

Asia Needs One Big New Institution
Asia Needs One Big New Institution  


September 8, 2014  

GB sits down with the former Australian premier to discuss the future of Asian stability and the continent’s not-so-automatic... 

More Equal (and Wealthy) Than Others
More Equal (and Wealthy) Than Others  


March 24, 2014  

Proposition: Inequality is a drag on global growth. James Radner (for): “That state is opulent where the necessaries and... 

India Must Raise Its Asian Game
India Must Raise Its Asian Game  


June 17, 2013  

The recent border tensions with China have underlined the fragility in Sino-Indian relations and the problems with Delhi’s... 

Is Australia Serious About Asia?
Is Australia Serious About Asia?  


March 5, 2013  

The good, the bad and the ugly of Canberra’s attempted pivot Australia’s national identity is at risk of a double bipolar... 

Surrounded by Four Billion Asians
Surrounded by Four Billion Asians  


October 4, 2012  

Proposition: Australia and New Zealand are not prepared for Asian pre-eminence Hugh White (for): The return of Asia to its... 

Navigating Asia’s Tricky Inflection Points
Navigating Asia’s Tricky Inflection Points  


October 4, 2012  

GB explores the rising continent’s transformations, contradictions, risks and opportunities with one of Asia-Pacific’s... 

US-Asia Relations After the Crisis
US-Asia Relations After the Crisis  


October 13, 2010  

The rising continent, and the world at large, await sustained, sophisticated and sincere Asian engagement from Obama   In...