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The day after
17 November 2023
What might a postwar scenario look like in Israel and Palestine?
Neither Democrats nor democrats
7 November 2023
The Republican Party might not be American democracy’s only enemy, but it’s the biggest
How Israel’s deterrence policy came undone
1 November 2023
And what it means for Gaza’s future
Scaling the Great Wall
30 October 2023
Anthony Albanese’s visit to China late this week comes almost exactly fifty years after Gough Whitlam’s pioneering trip
Flying too close to the son?
27 October 2023
Despite potential pitfalls, the Indonesian president seems set on creating a new political dynasty
While the world looks elsewhere, Myanmar’s civil war grinds on
Adam Simpson & Nicholas Farrelly
25 October 2023
Preoccupied with other conflicts, the democratic world is passing up the chance to shift the dynamics in Myanmar
19 October 2023
Hamas’s appalling attack has exposed a government with no plan for resolving its country’s greatest challenges
NZ’s back-to-the-future election
18 October 2023
Saturday’s result looks like a return to pre-Ardern, pre-Covid politics
Putin’s isolation intensifies
23 August 2023
Non-Western powers are increasingly contributing to global pressure on Russia
Russia’s war against Ukraine: an eighteen-month stocktake
22 August 2023
Many predictions have proved wrong since Vladimir Putin sent in his troops in February last year
Malaysia’s history wars at the ballot box
17 August 2023
With the country’s Islamists still stuck in Constantinople, Anwar’s government looks likely to hold
24 July 2023
Cute acronym, but can India’s new opposition coalition stay together?
Is No Labels heading off-label?
21 July 2023
A bipartisan group calling for moderation might make life difficult for Joe Biden’s re-election bid
Thailand’s battle for the future continues
18 July 2023
Can a tide of popular opinion prevail over a defensive conservative elite?
One step forward, three steps back
11 July 2023
Despite an encouraging decision on voting laws, the US Supreme Court has continued attacking Americans’ rights
The Netflix series changing Taiwanese politics
10 July 2023
Life follows art in the streaming service’s new political series
Will Lawrence Wong succeed?
7 July 2023
Singapore’s PM-in-waiting might be a safe pair of hands, but will that be enough?
Will Prabowo’s patience pay off?
4 July 2023
As pre-election jockeying intensifies in Indonesia, it’s looking like “Jokowi volume two” versus the violent-tempered former general
Crimea’s Tatars and Russia’s war
9 June 2023
The fate of a displaced people lies at the heart of the war in Ukraine — and how it might be resolved
Thailand’s watershed election
23 May 2023
Will the political establishment finally recognise that voter sentiment has shifted decisively?
Saffron bus blows tyre
15 May 2023
Narendra Modi’s well-oiled machine ran into trouble in the southern state of Karnataka
Timor-Leste’s once-in-a-generation election
20 April 2023
The 21 May election campaign kicks off with demographic change as its wildcard
Is Donald Trump losing his grip?
20 April 2023
Regardless of his legal problems, the former president’s self-obsession is increasingly alienating middle-of-the-road voters
The Quad couple: India and Australia
31 March 2023
Let’s start with the good news about Australia–India relations
Before the deluge
13 March 2023
A series of long-awaited legal proceedings against Donald Trump could start as early as this week
Pushing the nuclear envelope
22 February 2023
Will the West’s delicate balancing act accidentally trigger a chain reaction?
Ruffled feathers or straws in the wind?
21 February 2023
Defending Adani and attacking the BBC and George Soros: it’s been a busy few weeks for India’s Modi government
Tack to the future?
Christiaan De Beukelaer
8 February 2023
A new generation of sailing vessels is highlighting the challenge of reducing shipping emissions
What next for China?
23 December 2022
Challenges at home are contributing to a tentative shift in relations with the West
Water, water everywhere
20 December 2022
Scientists and Pacific governments are worried by Japan’s plan to dump radioactive wastewater from Fukushima into the Pacific Ocean
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