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Rohingya refugee children are seen at a temporary shelter in Bayeun village, Ache province, Indonesia, on 24 May. Photo by AFP images.

Rohingya refugee crisis

25 May 2015

Efforts to find a regional solution to the Rohingya refugee crisis will fail unless members of the international community such as Australia lend their full support, writes TREVOR WILSON Seeking a...

Making sense of Myanmar’s ongoing conflicts

22 May 2015

Whether Myanmar’s ongoing ethnic and sectarian violence will derail rapid political, economic and social reform is the focus of a two-day conference starting at The Australian National University on...

Australia’s anti-Islamic State pushback must be made to work

21 May 2015

Former diplomat and essayist Owen Harries once bemoaned our tendency to be blinkered by our “parochialism of the present”. He described it as the tendency to believe that what is happening now, and...

A B-1B flying over the Pacific Ocean. Image by Wikipedia.

B-1 bombers brouhaha: minor disrupt, big rift

19 May 2015

In a showdown with China, Obama would face a humliating back down or an unwinnable war. Does Abbott want to be part of that? writes HUGH WHITE   Our government was embarrassed and angry last week...

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The Rohingya and regional failure

18 May 2015

The ongoing humanitarian crisis exposes dangerous vacuum at the centre of ASEAN's commitment to be 'people-centred', writes MATHEW DAVIES Myanmar’s membership of ASEAN, achieved in 1997, has always...

Former Treasurer Wayne Swan launches UN report at Coral Bell School

15 May 2015

Former Treasurer Wayne Swan has spoken on the need to address income inequality in developing and developed countries in the region, at the launch of the UN Economic and Social Survey of Asia and...

ANU Myanmar Student Association members (from l to r) Kyaw Maung, Khaing Khaing Soe, Khaing Sandi Win Min, Thin Pyie and Chit Win

Putting down roots

30 April 2015

 A new student society is helping Myanmar students live Canberra and ANU life to the fullest. Imagine arriving in Australia and being so overwhelmed by the technology, that even the concept of using...

Andrew Chan (left) and Myuran Sukumaran - two Australians facing imminent execution in Indonesia. Photo by AFP.

Australia can change Asia for the better

30 April 2015

Australia has the resources and clout to push for major change in the region, including issues as divisive as the death penalty. The real challenge is whether we have the ideas, arguments and...

Visitors look at the skeletons of Chinese prisoners which were buried alive by Japanese soldiers. Photo by AFP.

Asia still festers over WWII wounds

27 April 2015

Australia may have just marked 100 years since the failed Gallipoli campaign. But it is the anniversary of another war and its legacies we should be keeping our eyes own, write Nick Bisley and...

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Why Australia should have joined the AIIB last November

7 April 2015

If Australia is serious about infrastructure then it should have signed up to the Chinese bank months ago, writes Susan Harris-Rimmer. Australia has announced that it is signing on to the China-led...

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