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More First Nations midwives needed

More First Nations midwives needed to close the gap in health outcomes

Myanmar's instability leaves ASEAN with a dilemma

Myanmar presents a dilemma for ASEAN, but the need for stability may surpass its need to uphold its key principles, says Lachlan Cropley.

South Korea's blue water ambitions

South Korea needs a blue water naval mission better aligned with regional priorities, writes Alexander M. Hynd.

What democracy means to Indonesia

There is too much alternative pressure in Indonesia for a liberal democracy to comfortably flourish, writes Ash Tziolas.

Australian investment into the Indo-Pacific and AUKUS

AUKUS presents Australia with a practical opportunity to proactively collaborate in the development of critical technologies in the Indo-Pacific

Could India and China co-operate on energy?

India and China have competed on energy resources in the past, but there have been instances of co-operation which have been mutually beneficial

Food security an issue in the Indo-Pacific

If left unchecked food shortages will damage human security in the Indo-Pacific

Indigenous entrepreneurship key

Indigenous entrepreneurship may be the driver of social innovation

Countering Cambodia’s economic reliance on China

Australia should be attempting to play a pro-active part in their development in the Asia-Pacific region as China has done, writes Callum Burkitt.

Coalition plays up China fears

How might Albanese position himself?

Asian studies not so lingua franca

There has been a failure to develop the cultural and language skills of Australian students and professionals, writes Nicholas Whitwell.

Supporting gender-inclusive conflict resolution

Participation of women in the arena of conflict and its resolution is crucial for achieving just and sustainable peace, writes Isadora Vadasz.

Talk is cheap, so let’s invest more in it

Investment in diplomacy would have Australia in a better position to deal with shifting regional power dynamics in the Indo-Pacific, says Tom Barber.

Developing rules for trade in the Indo-Pacific

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.

Omicron shows the cost of greed

Wealthy nations starved the developing world of vaccines

How to ask someone if they're vaccinated

We need to work together to keep ourselves and our community safe

Revealing the colour of cancer cells

New microscope slide could improve cancer diagnosis

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