Michael SainsburyDec 9, 20167 Comments
Trump’s move to talk with the Taiwanese leader is, at least for now, an unexpected breath of fresh air.
Myriam RobinDec 6, 20164 Comments
A short history of the prime minister of New Zealand pulling women's hair.
Michael SainsburyDec 2, 20162 Comments
Hundreds of Australians are going overseas to secure commercial surrogacy services, putting themselves and the birth mothers at risk.
Professor Damien KingsburyNov 28, 20162 Comments
Despite Aung San Suu Kyi's election win, little has changed in Myanmar. For many of the country's minority groups, the situation has only gotten worse.
Nov 21, 20162 Comments
Whether coal prices provide a decent budget bounce will depend on what sort of winter China has as the Xi regime moves to ensure heating supplies, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Nov 17, 20161 Comment
The warnings come just days ahead of major protests calling for the resignation of Malaysia’s PM, writes Jarni Blakkarly, a freelance journalist based in Melbourne. He tweets at @jarniblakkarly.
Michael SainsburyNov 16, 20161 Comment
Hong Kong is a pretty big deal for Australia. And it's under attack.
Ben SandilandsNov 14, 20161 Comment
Is it possible MH370 was not deliberately crashed, but suffered a cockpit fire and communications breakdown? A new theory points to the moment the pilots realised the flight was doomed.
Nov 14, 20163 Comments
Last week Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made huge amounts of cash across the country worthless in one move. Why would he do such a thing, and what does it mean for India? Crikey intern Tamsin Rose explains.
Nov 14, 20161 Comment
We may need need the collective security of a rules-based Asian international order, writes former Australian ambassador to China Stephen Fitzgerald.