Zooming in on Indonesia’s environmental service policies

Non-monetary rewards play a significant role in encouraging people to look after the environment they live in, Indonesia expert Abidah Setyowati reveals in a case study.

The Environment in Australia’s Foreign Policy

Lorraine Elliott, ‘The Environment in Australia’s Foreign Policy’, in Mark Beeson and Shahar Hamerri, eds, Navigating the New International Disorder: Australia in World Affairs 2011–2015,

Politicising Drought Relief in Papua New Guinea

Natural disasters invariably involve complex social, political and economic systems that can make a bad situation worse. The 2015 El Niño drought in Papua New Guinea (PNG) has few precedents. Poor

Bangladesh in 2011: Weak Statebuilding and Diffident Foreign Policy

Bina D’Costa, ‘Bangladesh in 2011: Weak Statebuilding and Diffident Foreign Policy’, Asian Survey, 52(1) 2012: 147-56.

South China sea dilemma: not just a territorial dispute

Beijing has cast a peaceful light on its construction of airfields, ports and radar antennae on 800 hectares of new man-made islands in the South China Sea,

Australian Foreign Policy Futures: Making Middle-Power Leadership Work?

'Australia Foreign Policy Futures: Making Middle-Power Leadership Work?', Keynotes 08, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Aust

Corporate Power in the Forests of the Solomon Islands

This paper assesses the environmental impact of multinational companies on commercial timber management in the Solomon Islands since 1990.

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