April, 2017

Suu Kyi’s Myanmar, one year on

Twelve months ago, Aung San Suu Kyi was appointed State Counsellor of Myanmar, becoming the de facto leader of the National League for Democracy (NLD)… Read More

Is Exercise Malabar another snag in Australia-India relations?

Reports that the Indian government intends to block Australia’s participation in this year’s Malabar naval exercises are a setback for Canberra. However, better indicators of… Read More

The strategic challenges of a nuclear North Korea

North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs continue to trigger strategic anxiety in Asia. Since embarking on a nuclear program in the 1950s, Pyongyang has… Read More

Explaining Australia–Japan security cooperation and its prospects: ‘the interests that bind?’

Despite the recent rapid growth in Australia–Japan security ties and formal recognition of the common interests driving the 2007 Joint Declaration on Security Cooperation and… Read More

Are global logistics companies truly committed to reduce their carbon emissions?

Mr David Herold and Associate Professor Ki-Hoon Lee recently published an article about the similarities and differences in the measurement and reporting of… Read More

South-South Migration: Emerging patterns, opportunities and risks

Moazzem Hossain, an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies and Griffith Asia Institute and colleagues from the University of… Read More

Re-energising the Australia-India Partnership

Malcolm Turnbull took a substantial delegation of business and university leaders to India this week with the aim of re-energising a partnership with India that… Read More

Helping India’s slum communities through a unique internship opportunity

A group of 11 Griffith University students from disciplines ranging from health to business, ecology to maths and physics went to Maharashtra, India recently to… Read More