Despite the claim ‘there is no comparable constitutional body like this anywhere in the world’ many countries have similar institutions to the proposed Voice.
Ordinary, everyday experiences of the pandemic, such as mask wearing and quarantining, are rendered extraordinary through the show’s melodrama.
Foreign policy experts are divided on whether Russia’s invasion of Ukraine makes it more or less likely that China will launch a similar attack on Taiwan. Here are the arguments on both sides.
Waters’ hard and unyielding approach to modern politics has resulted in longstanding elements of his stagecraft becoming contentious.
Cities are where solutions are found – but also where perils are amplified when we fail to act.
The US and China are engaged in a classic power struggle. The question is, who will come out on top?
Australians remain deeply concerned about China as a long term potential military threat
The disruption of Taiwan’s chip industry would affect everyone.
What was behind the latest encounter between US and Chinese military vessels in contested waters?
Papua New Guinea’s relative proximity to both China and Australia could give the US a military advantage in the Pacific region.
Contrary to popular belief, cyber security isn’t a strong point for China and this makes it particularly vulnerable to attack in wartime.
The meeting is just the second US state visit during the Biden administration. It comes as Washington and Seoul face common concerns.
Saudi Arabia is edging closer to China and away from the US, says an expert.
The South China Sea is of strategic and economic importance to Beijing and the US, setting up a potential power struggle that could spark conflict.
The latest vitriolic exchange reflects the long-running policy animosity between the two, particularly Keating’s hostility to Wong over the issue of China
South Africa’s focus should be on maintaining smooth relations with critical export markets while searching for new ones.
US lawmakers heard testimony that suggests the era of engagement with China is over. Rather, policy may be hardening.
China’s leaders could use an attack on Taiwan as a distraction from economic issues at home.
The agreement lets the US expand its access across military bases in the Philippines, unfolding a new chapter in the countries’ long military history.
The incentives to bring manufacturing back to the US will affect productivity, but in ways that might be surprising.