Tag: Foreign policy

The ghosts that haunt Japan’s North Korea policy

Japan risks undermining its interests in denuclearisation if it gets carried away with its stance on North Korean abductions, writes Lloyd Rhodes.

More engagement, not less, with Myanmar

As outcry against Myanmar’s military grows, Australia must continue to create and sustain ties on a people-to-people basis, Mish Khan writes.

Troubled waters

Malaysia’s recent election has triggered a resurgence of old tensions regarding bilateral Water Agreements with Singapore, Tommy Sheng Hao Chai writes.

The Strange Invisibility of Australian Aid

Australian aid is a heavily debated topic. How much should we give? Who decides? How do we decide? In his most recent book, The Foreign […]