Michael SainsburyMay 20, 20162 Comments
Taiwan, the country that China still insists on calling an errant province, is causing headaches in Beijing.
May 19, 20166 Comments
A new analysis of the Trans Pacific Partnership by a US government agency reveals it will have virtually no benefits for the United States, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
Michael SainsburyMay 10, 20161 Comment
Singapore is taking a risk in entering into a defence deal with a known US ally -- but China's influence is not what it used to be.
Michael SainsburyMay 9, 2016
Packer has finally had enough waiting around for a win in Asia. He has nothing much to prove to anyone any more.
May 6, 20164 Comments
Norfolk Island was once considered "Hell in the Pacific", writes historian Luke Miller. Which sounds like a solution to the government's asylum seeker problem.
Helen RazerMay 5, 201613 Comments
Perhaps it is only when America sees itself in all its cartoonish ugliness that it can begin to reform itself.
Michael SainsburyMay 4, 20164 Comments
ScoMo has it wrong on China. But don't worry, Moz, almost all Aussie treasurers do.
Guy RundleMay 4, 201610 Comments
The passing of the Cruz campaign leaves more questions than answers.
Michael SainsburyMay 3, 20162 Comments
Don't drive in Thailand.
May 3, 20161 Comment
There used to be a fiction of safety in Iraq, but with Australian and American troops gone, that fiction has crumbled too, writes foreign correspondent John Martinkus.