Who Will Bell the Nuclear Cat?
by Ramesh Thakur
The global nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation agenda has stalled. Yet disarmament is the only way to fully eliminate nuclear weapons risk....Read More
Modi’s BJP No Longer InvincibleThe tale of the recent February Delhi assembly elections shows how quickly political fortunes can decline. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) recorded a landslide victory at the 2014 national elections and won a majority of seats in three subsequent state elections. But his party suffered a crushing defeat in Delhi,... More >
by Purnendra Jain and Peter Mayer
Indonesia and Australia: Appealing to Jakarta’s strengthsJoko Widodo was elected on the policy platform of defending Indonesia’s political sovereignty and territorial integrity, with a good dose of economic nationalism thrown in. That policy platform now manifests itself in a range of policy areas, most prominently in its sinking of foreign illegal fishing vessels in Indonesian waters and now in the... More >
by Greta Nabbs-Keller
The Economic Reform Path Greece Must Now FollowThe world may have heaved a sigh of relief over Greece’s last minute debt deal, but in Greece the conditional four-month extension is widely viewed as a major retraction for the new government. Syriza came to power on the promise of reversing crippling budget cuts, but must now play a game of compromises. As with... More >
by Partha Gangopadhyay
Is PNG Heading for a Crisis?Last year in Papua New Guinea was eventful, marked by a series of controversial government decisions. In March, the government decided to take out a loan of about 3 billion kina (US$1.2 billion, about 8 per cent of GDP) to buy shares in Oil Search. The decision divided the government, and the treasurer was sacked for... More >
by Stephen Howes
This book is an original and stimulating contribution to two literatures that generally subsist apart;...
This path-breaking and innovative book by Rodan and Hughes tackles one of the most important questions in...
The anniversary of the Kyoto Protocol, which entered into force ten years ago today, gives us pause to...