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  • 31 Mar 2017 11:00

    Post-Brexit: Will the Kingdom stay united?

    Sturgeon has sought a second poll for Scotland, and the idea of Northern Ireland reuniting has been raised again – but none of this is quite as it seems

  • 31 Mar 2017 09:12

    Myanmar and Aung San: The resurrection of an icon

    The shift in the country’s political iconography that began under President Thein Sein in 2011 has picked up pace since Aung San Suu Kyi took power.

  • 31 Mar 2017 08:24

    China's huge industrial ambitions

    Even if the C919 is a flop on the foreign market, don't count on China to give up. There is already work being done on a China-Russia joint venture to build an even larger jet in the Boeing 777 class.

Papua New Guinea

What will drive votes in the PNG election

Papua New Guineans head to the polls on the 24 June in a national election which will be as fiercely contested as its precedents. Five years ago, intense candidate rivalry, carnival showmanship and controversy about electoral roll discrepancies were the hallmarks of a drawn-out contest between

The benefits and challenges of ICT in PNG

Access to information and increased communications capacity bring major benefits to a society. New business opportunities emerge, as do opportunities for education. Access to ICT can broaden opportunities for capacity building and increase workforce productivity. The adoption and use of

Australia needs to invest in its relationship with PNG

Papua New Guinea is our nearest neighbour, yet few Australians have more than superficial knowledge of its culture and history. In a recent Lowy Institute poll, more Australians failed to identify the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea than failed to identify Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Pope