The last half-year has witnessed Israel embark on its most devastating military campaign in Gaza, resulting in the loss of ...
The election of Senegal’s new president, Bassirou Diomaye Faye, is a glimmer of hope in an era of democratic backsliding. As ...
Uncertainty surrounds Prabowo Subianto's foreign policy direction amid Indonesia’s democratic decline, noting his history of shifting stances from ultra-nationalism to projecting a good neighbour ...
Geo-strategic rivalry and concerns of supply-chain vulnerability are driving the weaponisation of trade policy for other ...
India, being the largest country by population, has a great responsibility and right to show global leadership. Having ...
In the face of increased security threats, Nordic countries turn once again to total or defence models. Yet rebuilding these ...
The state visit of Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio to the United States this week has been billed as a doubling down of ...
The media and the public's role in disaster resilience must be transformed. Insights from Japan, Fiji, and Tonga illustrate ...
Since 1994, the Rwandan genocide has emerged as a grand signifier of the “failure to prevent” and an important preface for ...
The Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Llewelyn Hughes ...
Indonesia stands at a pivotal moment in its quest for a sustainable energy future. With ambitious targets to elevate the ...
China promotes advanced indiginous fighter jet for international sale, adding new competition to a market dominated by ...