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Myanmar Accused of Nuclear Weapons Ambitions – Again
Claims that Myanmar’s military junta is interested in acquiring nuclear weapons should be treated warily given the history of poor punditry on the issue, writes Andrew Selth.
China and Vietnam: The Power of Party Ties
Despite appearances that Vietnam is drawing closer to the U.S. with the recent upgrade in ties to comprehensive strategic partnership, Vietnam-China relations, especially party-to-party ties, remain strong, writes Lye Liang Fook.
Indonesia Needs Reform to Reap Democratic Dividend
The government elected next year will have a long to-do list, not least of which is to continue pursuing meaningful development as Indonesia aspires to reach high income status by 2045, writes Maria Monica Wihardja.
Southeast Asia’s Role in Australia’s Future and the G20
Southeast Asia’s importance to Australia’s economic future is undeniable, but attempts to meet the promises of the region seem stretched, writes Colin Chapman.
Slow and Steady wins the Race: Philippines-Australia Relations in 2023
An Australian Prime Minister’s visit to the Philippines – after a gap of 20 years – could point the way a future relationship built on economics rather than just defence and security, writes Justin Baquisal.