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Attack on Pakistan police academy shows reach of Islamic State

27 October 2016

It is believed ISIS may have carried out the attack in conjunction with a Pakistani militant group, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi. Reporters on the scene said one of the dead militants — the one who hadn’t...

Hugh White, 4corners

Four corners: China rising

4 October 2016

China Rising: The challenges for Australia as China and the US struggle for supremacy in Asia. On Monday night, reporter Peter Greste joins Four Corners for a special report on the rise of China and...

ISIS, propaganda

How ISIS survives defeat: Propaganda and decisive minorities

26 September 2016

Despite suffering major losses of territory and personnel, Islamic State (ISIS) has continued to produce propaganda. Understanding the strategic role of propaganda in the group’s campaign strategy...

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...

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US Ambas­sador John Berry ‘complicated’ matters: experts

16 September 2016

A public spat between China and the US about Beijing’s political ­influence in Australia indicates the deep concern about the shifting power balance in the region, experts say. Beijing responded to...

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A policy without a strategy

6 September 2016

With maritime tensions in the region likely to escalate further, Indonesia must reassess its Indo-Pacific strategy, Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto writes. When asked to describe their country’s...

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Would America really go to war over the South China Sea?

2 September 2016

What would America do if China starts to build an island base on Scarborough Shoal, declares an ADIZ over the Spratlys, or in some other way plainly takes steps to strengthen still further its grip...

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The Nauru files provide the evidence. Malcolm Turnbull can never plead ignorance

19 August 2016

The Nauru files paint a searing picture of the collapse of basic humanity in the detention centre. History is unlikely to be kind to those who endorsed it. The publication by the Guardian of a...

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Duterte a law unto himself

18 August 2016

As a populist, Duterte’s erosion of the rule of law is no surprise. Since Rodrigo Duterte became president of the Philippines on 30 June, the country’s already compromised rule of law has taken a...

A storm of bullets, a wave of apathy

16 August 2016

Duterte is gaining in the war on drugs, but at a terrifying cost to Filipino society. The Philippines is drowning in a wave of killings as the government of the newly-proclaimed President Rodrigo...

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