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(Australia) How far would Australia go in defence of the rules-based order? (The Interpreter)

SAM ROGGEVEEN

The way the defence force is structured and the weapons deployed sends a message beyond the words.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/how-far-would-australia-go-defence-rules-based-order

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(Tibet) Erasing memory in China’s Tibet (The Interpreter)

GRAEME SMITH

The Chinese Communist Party is employing familiar tactics
to assert its rule. When co-opting fails, coerce or silence.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/erasing-memory-china-s-tibet

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(Philippines) A Duterte dynasty? (The Interpreter)

MICHAEL BELTRAN

A campaign by the daughter of the Philippines’ Rodrigo
Duterte hovers somewhere between rumour and reality.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/duterte-dynasty

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(India/Russia) India must be realistic about Russia relations (The Interpreter)

ANITA INDER SINGH

New Delhi can talk up ties all it likes, but Moscow’s eyes are also looking east – to Beijing.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/india-must-be-realistic-about-russia-relations

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(Australia) Australia’s silence on Chagos dispute doesn’t help (The Interpreter)

BENJAMIN HERSCOVITCH

Ensuring a consistent approach to the “rules” would make it that much harder for China to break them.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/australia-s-silence-chagos-dispute-doesnt-help

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(Vietnam/North Korea) The ups and downs of the Vietnam–North Korea relationship (The Interpreter)

KHANG VU

Hanoi and Pyongyang have had their share of differences,
but they also have a long historical connection.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/ups-and-downs-vietnam-north-korea-relationship

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(Indonesia) Are Indonesia’s “rubber” laws limiting freedom of speech? (The Interpreter)

JIM NOLAN

In an unexpected announcement, Indonesian President Joko (Jokowi) Widodo this month called upon Indonesia’s military and police leadership to “improve supervision to ensure that the implementation of the Electronic Information and Transactions (ITE) Law can be in compliance with the principle of accountability and provide the public sense of justice”.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/are-indonesia-s-rubber-laws-limiting-freedom-speech

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(CPTPP) Expanding the CPTPP: A form guide to prospective members (The Interpreter)

HAYLEY CHANNER, JEFFREY WILSON

In February, the United Kingdom became the first nation to formally apply to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), the 11 country free trade deal spanning Asia and the Pacific.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/expanding-cptpp-form-guide-prospective-members

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(India) India’s Koo plots a digital coup (The Interpreter)

AARTI BETIGERI

Facebook might be a social media behemoth, its reach and power made apparent when Australian users saw local news rubbed off their screens from Thursday in response to new media laws, but the platform is also just one among an ever-growing online milieu. China has WeChat, the world has Twitter, and now India has Koo, a homegrown microblogging platform that is seeing surging numbers of users.

https://www.lowyinstitute.org/the-interpreter/indias-koo-plots-digital-coup

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