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Erdogan's election blow will shape Türkiye's foreign policy

Other than continuing to promote its economic interests, four recent developments illuminate the…

  
North Korea and its socialist friends in Southeast Asia

Pyongyang is relying on ties with Vietnam and Laos to prop up its dwindling diplomatic reach.…

  
Ukraine war: How to check Russia's momentum

Russia now has the means to subjugate Ukraine. This calls for a change in how Kyiv – and the…

  
Pacific Engagement Visas: Soft launch and mystery quotas

Australia’s highly competitive new visa lottery has much leg work to do to make fair allocations…

  
The Translator: “Like-minded countries”

A new series in which experts explain the sometimes baffling jargon of international affairs.…

  
ASEAN and the military applications of AI

While artificial intelligence can be used to magnify lethal force, it can also promote regional…

  
UN-ravelling the world of United Nations acronyms

With a lexicon all its own, does a reliance on the alphabet soup pose challenges to transparency…

  
Prabowo in China: Indonesia’s president-elect on the world stage

Prabowo signalled that he will continue Jokowi's work, but Jakarta and Beijing remain at…

  
Solomon Islands: Democracy on the ballot

Next week, voters will determine not only political leadership but the future of democratic…

  
What are China’s long-term Antarctic ambitions?

Beijing’s desire to expand into “far frontiers” will test Antarctic protocols. Canberra will…

  
Daniel Kahneman: A psychologist who shaped economics, and the world

He left an indelible mark on the understanding of human behaviour in economic contexts and…

  
Myanmar: Julie Bishop an inspired choice as UN Special Envoy

She has status and networks, and comes from a country dedicated to peace and pragmatism.