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The Missing Piece of Youth in Australia-Vietnam Relations
Policies to engage Australian and Vietnamese youth is a vital missing ingredient in a bilateral relationship of growing significance, argue Grace Corcoran and Nina Anh McLean.
Vietnam’s Pragmatic Balancing Act
When the Prime Minister visits Hanoi this weekend, John McCarthy argues he will find a Vietnam focused on achieving a pragmatic balance in its foreign policy.
The Risks for Thailand’s Progressive Turn
The outcome of Thailand’s May 14 national elections risks setting the scene for a period of more radical and contentious politics rather than an era of reformist democratic government, writes Aim Sinpeng.
Thai politics: keeping your friends close, but your rivals closer
Following Thailand’s 14 May general election, second-placed Pheu Thai Party may yet have its eyes on leading Thailand’s next government, regardless of what it is telling the first-ranked Move Forward Party, writes Craig Keating.
Going to the Gallows for a Kilo of Marijuana: an Execution Stokes Debate Over the Death Penalty in Singapore
The execution of Singaporean man Tangaraju Suppiah over an alleged attempt to traffic one kilo of marijuana bucks a regional trend against the death penalty, writes Kirsten Han.