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Southeast Asia Strategy Needs Funding and Commitment
Australia’s planned economic strategy for Southeast Asia will require significant funding, bipartisan political commitment, and good oversight if it is to succeed, writes Brenton Mauriello AM.
Explaining China’s Fertility Drought
The answer to China’s stubbornly low fertility rate might lie in more attention to gender equality, starting in the home, writes Qian Liu.
The G7’s Anti-Coercion Campaign Against China Could Backfire
Moves by the G7 to oppose China’s market-distorting industrial policies could inadvertently encourage other countries to resort to protectionism, exacerbating uncertainty and impeding global trade, writes Lili Yan Ing.
Why South Korea Can’t Pass Anti-discrimination Laws
South Korea is one of only two countries in the developed world without anti-discrimination laws. Hyein Ellen Cho and Eva Rose Richards examine why it has been difficult for Korean legislators to adopt fundamental gender and sexual preference protections.
The Cricket Factor in Indian Politics
In India, cricket is much more than a sport; it is also a political tool, a lucrative industry, a source of prestige, and among India’s most powerful levers for exerting global influence. None of this is lost on Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he prepares to seek re-election next year.