June 2022

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14
Jun
2022

Interpreting the role of ideology in Myanmar's revolutionary situation

Nick Ross
When Myanmar’s military deposed a semi-civilian government about to resume office in February 2021 after an election the previous November, some observers viewed this as taking the country back into an all-too-familiar pattern of autocracy, disciplined democracy, and resistance. However,...

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20
Jun
2022

Searching for supply: RAAF expansion and US Operational Aircraft, 1935-1941

Dr Liam Kane
When Japan attacked European and US possessions in the Asia-Pacific on 7-8 December 1941, the Australian government had more combat aircraft on order from American firms than Australian and British sources combined. The US was thus critical to the equipping and expansion of the RAAF. This...

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21
Jun
2022

The Return of the Marcoses: What’s Ahead for the Philippines?

Paul Hutchcroft
The 9 May 2022 elections in the Philippines produced a landslide victory for presidential candidate Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr., the only son of ‘conjugal dictators’ Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos (who ruled the Philippines via martial law from 1972 until their ouster via ‘people power’ in 1986...

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Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr. Image from BBM Facebook page
23
Jun
2022

From Duterte to Marcos Jr

Various
This online forum examines the transition from the Duterte administration to the incoming presidency of Marcos Jr. With the Duterte presidency widely considered a rupture in Philippine politics, we ask: What are the main legacies of the Duterte administration that will impact the new Marcos Jr...

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