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Entering 2015, China must learn that strong economic ties are an insufficient basis for a good bilateral relationship with India
The tragic end to the hostage situation in Sydney’s Central Business District has, in many ways, left more questions than answers for the Australian government and public.
Analysts at the Royal United Services Institute look ahead at the issues affecting defence and security in 2015.
Peng Wang and Stephan Blancke
The burgeoning illicit-drugs trade emanating from North Korea poses a severe threat to the region and beyond
Andrew T H Tan
China has neither the soft-power attributes nor the clearly articulated foreign policy necessary to become a genuinely global power
Xi Jinping has begun the first visit by a Chinese president to India for eight years, with a new prime minister in Delhi. But how do we reconcile the bonhomie in Delhi, with thousands of troops squaring off at the border?