Posts by Griffith Asia Institute

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 5 May

Violence in Papua New Guinea Authorities and community leaders are working to contain outbreaks of serious violence in PNG. In Alotau, in Milne… Read More

South East Asia Snapshot #11

A fortnightly snapshot of what’s making headlines in South East Asia. Thailand’s PM acquires new breadth of powers Earlier this week Thailand’s cabinet granted Prime… Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 28 April

Pacific responses to the Biden climate summit There have been mixed responses from the Pacific islands region further to the climate summit convened by President… Read More

Winning the AI-enabled war-at-sea

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is suddenly important to military forces. Not yet an arms race, today’s competition is more in terms of an experimentation race… Read More

Achieving strong COP26 outcomes on climate finance for the Pacific through climate diplomacy

Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) Leaders have reaffirmed climate change as the single greatest threat facing the Pacific. With the recurring onslaught of climate-exacerbated disasters,… Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 21 April

Official results released in Samoa The official results of the general elections in Samoa have now been released. They confirm that the HRPP and FAST… Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 14 April

Too close to call in Samoa’s elections With official results yet to be confirmed, the results of Samoa’s general elections could not be any closer. Read More

South East Asia Snapshot #10

A fortnightly snapshot of what’s making headlines in South East Asia. ASEAN leaders to meet over Myanmar It is reported that Brunei, the 2021 ASEAN… Read More

Pacific climate diplomacy and the road to COP26

Today, the Griffith Asia Institute launches a new blog series that explores the road to the COP26 UN climate summit, to be held in Glasgow… Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 7 April

COVID-19 continues to affect the region Whilst the region as a whole has been largely unaffected by severe health impacts that have occurred elsewhere, there… Read More

Social media and democracy in the Philippines
The impact of COVID-19 and policy measures undertaken in Papua New Guinea
Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 5 May
Supernatural beliefs in today's China

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