Month: March 2019

Does the Japanese Constitution prohibit same-sex marriage?

Same-sex couples in Japan are suing the government, calling their inability to marry unconstitutional. Timothy Magarry looks at the Japanese constitution and it’s stance on […]

An off-target approach to Indonesia’s cyber-issues

Jakarta’s policies are eroding the nation’s democratic health. To preserve its democracy, Indonesia must reconsider its current cyber-policy and rethink its political censorship measures, Thomas […]

Is Chinese influence in Timor-Leste cause for concern?

In order to counter increasing Chinese influence, Australia needs to work at developing a closer relationship with Timor-Leste, Andrea Soriano writes. Over the past months, there’s been […]