Shaun Cameron is a postgraduate student working in Asia. He has a background in academic research, teaching, and psychology.
The hard road to justice for Russian war crimes
Prosecution of war crimes in Ukraine are crucial to maintain international law and the peace and security it promotes.
Will Thailand’s prime minister defy time?
Depending on how you count it, Prayut Chan-o-cha’s tenure could be up in 2023 … or not. In politics, numbers matter.
The opportunities of cross-public service diplomacy
Collaborations between Australia and its regional partners on skills, knowledge and capacity offer a win-win scenario.
Whoever controls the spice, controls the universe
From missile guidance systems to electric car batteries, China’s domination of rare earths has global implications.
Lights! Camera! Action! A new Hollywood
China’s love of American cinema is pushing the limits on a film industry that is highly regulated by the state.
Palau faces the dragon
Beijing can make or break nations by rubber stamping them as approved destinations for Chinese tourism and investment.
China: rejecting rubbish
Far from trashing its reputation, Beijing did the world a favour by swinging the sword.
By land or sea: Thailand perseveres with the Kra Canal
The fabled Thai waterway meant to bypass the Strait of Malacca has been mooted for centuries. Could its time have come?