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Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan, but huge questions remain

Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan, but huge questions remain

It's the country's second democratic handover of power in 71 years, but this win for the legendary cricketer isn't a clean sweep.

Cambodia at a crossroads after election termed a 'mockery of democracy'

Cambodia at a crossroads after election termed a 'mockery of democracy'

The result of this weekend's election is all but assured as a victory for Prime Minister Hun Sen, but what will happen to those standing up for the nation's democratic and human rights ideals?

Turnbull's allegiance to the US creates regional tension with China

Turnbull's allegiance to the US creates regional tension with China

Between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, the whole region is on edge.

Razak's Malaysia might be crazier than Trump's America right now

Razak's Malaysia might be crazier than Trump's America right now

With all the attention on Trump, people don't seem to have noticed the utterly bizarre political political narrative unfolding in Malaysia right now.

China rising: in the age of Trump, Asia must lead

China rising: in the age of Trump, Asia must lead

We may need need the collective security of a rules-based Asian international order, writes former Australian ambassador to China Stephen Fitzgerald.

Out with radio, in with digital? ABC tries to remain a global broadcaster

Out with radio, in with digital? ABC tries to remain a global broadcaster

Without a television network, are you still an international broadcaster? The ABC has a plan, but after absorbing 80 redundancies, some insiders are sceptical.

Foreign affairs: savage aid cuts will hurt the poorest in Asia

Foreign affairs: savage aid cuts will hurt the poorest in Asia

Joe Hockey has deeply cut the foreign aid budget, ignoring a commitment to the UN Millennium Development Goals. The real losers will be the millions in the Asia-Pacific on the poverty line.

Sub-hub Pagemasters' jilted bride could come back to haunt

Sub-hub Pagemasters' jilted bride could come back to haunt

Outsourced subediting company Pagemasters walked away from a deal with an Asian consortium. It's now looking for other Australian suitors -- Pagemasters might come off second-best in the competition.

East Timor's fragile stability under threat with PM retiring

East Timor's fragile stability under threat with PM retiring

East Timor's Prime Minister has announced his intention to retire from politics. Is the former resistance fighter abandoning his country when it needs him the most?

Our MPs are embracing Asia -- but one country is missing out

Our MPs are embracing Asia -- but one country is missing out

We're all supposed to be Asia-literate now. Freelance writer David Donaldson investigates where federal MPs are going on taxpayer-funded overseas study tours -- and finds one key Asian country is off the radar.