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The 2023 Election in New Zealand and its Foreign Policy Implications
Foreign policy has yet to feature significantly in New Zealand’s domestically focused elections. But Robert G Patman writes that the next government must deal with major issues that blur the boundaries between domestic and international policy.
Perceptions of Energy Transition in Southeast Asia: Between Hope and Fear
The latest Southeast Asian Climate Outlook survey reveals generally positive perceptions about the transition from fossil fuels to sustainable energy. But as Mirza Sadaqat and Sharon Seah write, the region also is wary of the potential costs.
Rise of Unicorns in Southeast Asia
Tham Siew Yean examines the state of startup developments across Southeast Asia, delving deeper into the success of unicorns in Singapore and the newest unicorn hub of Indonesia.
Not Destined for War
The United States can reduce the risk of either a cold war or a hot war with China by strong alliances, investment in itself, and preventing unnecessary provocations, but it must also avoid the trap of familiar and misleading historical analogies, writes Joseph S. Nye Jr.
Asialink Webinar Series: The New Thai Government: Democratic Progress or Regression?
The Asialink Webinar on "The New Thai Government: Democratic Progress or Regression?" discussed insights into what the new government under Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin will mean for Thailand's domestic politics, economy, and foreign relations.