January 9, 2018 3
North and South Korea will sit down to discuss participation in the upcoming Winter Olympics amid some of the highest tensions in recent memory. But will the gesture be enough?
December 12, 2017
The prime minister of East Timor is refusing to allow parliament to reconvene because he will face a vote of no confidence. What next?
December 6, 2017 5
The killing of Ali Abdullah Saleh, who was consolidating power in the capital Sana'a, will see the horror in Yemen return to a stalemate.
November 27, 2017 3
The recently released foreign policy white paper is an unusual mix of diagnostic science and conservative reluctance to name the diagnosis.
November 16, 2017 7
The Zimbabwean coup was triggered by army commander General Constantine Chiwenga threatening on Monday to "step in" to calm recent political tensions.
October 25, 2017 1
With the outlawing of its main opposition party, Cambodia's slide back towards totalitarian state is almost complete
October 17, 2017 4
Official independence looks impossible in the short term.
October 2, 2017 4
With national police raiding and closing dozens of voting booths yesterday, it is clear that the vote will not be recognised by the conservative People’s Party government in Madrid.
September 28, 2017 2
There is widespread international sympathy for resolving the issue of West Papua, but the hurdles are immense.
September 18, 2017 11
When Myanmar was a pariah state, many people boycotted it so as to not further line the pockets of the generals and their cronies who controlled the economy. Myanmar's return to committing obscene human rights abuses means we should reinstate this position.