Asia’s Deadly Pirates

June 30, 2017 da50 0

Post Views: 350   Despite genuine improvements in maritime security by Asian littoral states in recent years, Asia remains the global number one hotspot for piracy on the high seas, according to reports from global […]


The Indo-Pacific: what kind of peace?

June 22, 2017 da50 0

Post Views: 288   Prime Minister Turnbull’s keynote address to the recent Shangri-La Dialogue turned upon one critical question: what kind of peace does Australia hope to see in the 21st century Indo-Pacific? That’s not […]


Southeast Asia’s Democratic Deficit

June 16, 2017 da50 0

Post Views: 297   Southeast Asia accounts for sizeable chunks of global investment and manufacturing capacity; it straddles vital lines of trade and communication. Whether it is mobile phone parts or clothing and accessories, Southeast […]