Investment in diplomacy would have Australia in a better position to deal with shifting regional power dynamics in the Indo-Pacific, says Tom Barber.
Multilateral trade organisations and the rules-based order underpinning them are failing to respond to new challenges and keep pace with the evolving nature of global trade, writes Philippa Cordi.
Announcing the winners of the third round of the Technology Infusion Grand Challenge Competition
Yuning Hong has been developing photodynamic therapy - using light to kill bacteria or cancer cells.
Two La Trobe academics have won DFAT grants for international projects worth $72,000
Dr Andrea Carson's research explored the voluntary and legislative approaches of governments tackling online misinformation and disinformation around the world.
A research project based in Indonesia examines how people with disability are leading efforts for change.
A collaborative effort between mathematicians from La Trobe University and Kyushu University is examining soil water transport.
A soccer coaching program in India is aiming to promote participation across caste, tribes and gender.
Malcolm Turnbull and Kevin Rudd spoke on China during a recent live broadcast to a La Trobe University audience.
Government concern for the agricultural industry in China is seeing a push for big corporate farming despite smallholder farms remaining viable.
Human disturbances are endangering microbial species crucial in the role of food production in China, writes Rebecca Borg.
A new collaboration with India is aving the way to a safer cyberspace after acquiring a grant from the Australian government, writes Rebecca Borg
In the time of global health crisis caused by the pandemic of COVID-19, relations between Indonesia and Australia are tested, writes Evi Fitriani.
The Australia-Philippine relationship can continue its steady pace by paying even closer attention to domestic politics, writes Charmaine Misalucha-Willoughby.
The shared interests and values between Australia and Singapore should provide a sense of unity and collaboration in such unprecedented times, writes Chen Chen Lee.
Canberra and Hanoi are increasingly more aligned in strategic priorities and like-minded in many ways, writes Huong Le Thu.
The geopolitics of vaccine distribution has exposed the disaggregated nature of politics within Southeast Asia, writes Caitlin Byrne.
ASEAN countries need to prove themselves worthy to become strategic partners for middle and even major powers, writes Lina Alexandra.
Geoeconomics has become a fact of life in the Indo-Pacific. It is a shared interest between Australia and Southeast Asia which needs more attention, writes Jeffrey Wilson.