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Chinese Aircraft Carrier’s Debut: Gunboat in the South China Sea?
The maiden voyage of the Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning to the South China Sea carries strategic and operational significance for Beijing and Southeast Asia. The ramifications, however, can be both negative and positive.
Rethinking food security: robustness as a paradigm for stability
Food security depends on stability in the supply of affordable, safe and nutritious food. However, such stability depends on a robust system which balances a range of factors. Food security robustness needs to become the ...
Indonesia's Sukhoi acquisitions: a mixed bag of tools
Indonesia’s continued acquisition of Russia’s Sukhoi jet fighters represents a diversifying of its air force fleet away from an over-reliance on the US for its air force. How will Indonesia’s air power feature in the ...
Buddhist Monks in Myanmar: Driving Religious Intolerance and Hindering Reform
Two hundred Buddhist monks took to the streets of Yangon on 12 November to protest the visit of a delegation of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Many Buddhist monks are re-igniting anti-Muslim animosity and ...