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Can Vietnam go green?

A survey of consumer interests shows a lack of environmental engagement in Vietnam

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Caesarean concern in Bangladesh

Caesarean delivery takes place in 31% of births in Bangladesh, a trend which is rising.

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Japan after Abe

Live Asia Rising podcast with Shiro Armstrong on Japan's new prime minister. 30/9

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Trust in medicine in India

Traditional medicine is much more favoured than prescription medicine.

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Balancing India's heritage and development

Webinar: Preserving the past while embracing the future. 29/10

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Can Vietnam go green?

A survey of consumer interests shows a lack of environmental engagement in Vietnam, writes Shazma Gaffoor.

Trump in Asia

The fourth issue of the La Trobe Asia Brief examines the developing relationship between the United States and Asia.

Geostrategic decoupling or deflating

The Trump administration has proven that the economies of China and the United States are not as intertwined as once thought, writes Zha Daojiong.