The move of the Indonesian capital is an object lesson in climate change’s impacts on security in our region—and why Australia needs a grand strategy to deal with them, Alia Huberman writes.
The fall of Jakarta: climate change hits close to home
Half-hearted attempt to eradicate corruption in Indonesia
The Olympics: worth the glory?
The 70th anniversary of Communist China: more than just a parade
Ticket to Paradise: Vanuatu’s citizenship-for-sale
Yaoi: the unlikely outlet for women’s sexual expression in Japan
Protests, trade wars and unrest
Burning the playbook: US-China trade war is rewriting the rules
The normalisation of ‘tariffs as punishment’ by the US and China is encouraging smaller states in the Asia-Pacific to use antagonistic trade policies to pursue historic grievances. If this is left unchecked, it is likely that the region's security alliance system will fall apart, writes Gil Rickey.
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