Mathew Davies

Out of Order

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop's call for ASEAN to defend the international rules-based order is desirable, but is it realistic, questions Mathew Davies.

The TPP is Over. What Happens Now?

Donald Trump has committed to withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership immediately upon assuming office, writes Dr Mathew Davies

ASEAN centrality losing ground

Will the goals of unity and centrality be fulfilled at the upcoming 28th ASEAN Summit, asks Mathew Davies

Philippines stumbling towards dangerous isolation

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's temperament and policies continue to strain the Washington-Manila relationship, opines Mathew Davies.

ASEAN's South China Sea ulcer

Continued failure to address the South China Sea issue is not only a short term failure – it now represents a significant and ongoing risk to ASEAN’s health. The regional organisation should seek treatment, and stat, declares Mathew Davies

Brexit serves as a warning to ASEAN

There are lessons to be learnt from the UK-EU split, writes Mathew Davies

University impact requires criticism, rigour, bravery, education

The call for universities and academics to have impact is ­impor­tant and legitimate, and there is a strong narrative about how many in the social sciences have failed to achieve this.

The foreign policy wisdom of Trump the fool

On this topic, Obama and Trump are more aligned than you might think, writes Mathew Davies. (Photo: Bloomberg)

No more middle ground in our democracies

The centre of politics across major democracies is being hollowed out by a combination of anger, impatience and fatigue, writes Mathew Davies.

Tackling the region’s policy challenges

New issue of Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies confronts key policy concerns


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