The Gallipoli campaign of 1915 is not solely about the ANZACs, according to new research by ANU war historian.
New Joint Strike Fighters will give Australia the edge, says defence expert.
Papua New Guinea needs to do more to address the long-standing issue, says expert.
On Myanmar’s borders with China everything is for sale – including people, reports OLIVIA CABLE.
From Wi-Fi in every village, an end to all corruption and 100 new cities, IAN HALL asks whether election favourites, the BJP, can really deliver a ‘revitalised’ and ‘glorious’ India.
Political Islam is on the rebound in Indonesia, writes GREG FEALY.
India’s elections promise business as usual for the country’s wealthy and ongoing grinding poverty for its most poor of poor, writes PAUL KENNY.
The emergence of ‘ground war’ campaigning may explain the failure of the ‘Jokowi effect’ in Indonesia's parliamentary elections.
‘Jokowi factor’ more fizzle than firepower in Indonesia’s parliamentary elections, writes TOM POWER.
In the wake of Wednesday's legislative elections, Indonesia could be set for more progressive politics, writes DOMINIC BERGER.
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