Thursday 09 Apr 2020 | 12:02 | SYDNEY
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  • 9 Apr 2020 10:00

    WHO and China: Compounding politics and policy

    The World Health Organization has been heavily criticised for appeasing China instead of leading the Covid-19 fight.

  • 9 Apr 2020 07:00

    We’re all socialists now

    With a spectre haunting the world, governments unite, with unimaginably radical solutions to save capitalism.

  • 8 Apr 2020 15:00

    Asia after the pandemic

    The stabilising force of shared economic interests could be lost after the crisis, leaving the region more dangerous.


How Power Adapts to a Changed World

At the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos, the Lowy Institute’s Hervé Lemahieu used the Asia Power Index to chart what might happen to the distribution of power as we move from an open and consensual world order to one that is defined more by competition and zero-sum politics

Is Australia Next?

Amid the sound and fury of US President Donald Trump, European populists, and Brexiteers, it is tempting to think that Australia has been spared from the political turmoil sweeping Western democracies. But if one focuses not on the rise of populism but on the decline of the mainstream, Australia no