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Edition 10, 2022
Islam and inter/intra-religious relations in Asia
The post COVID challenges for Asian governments and societies are enormous and some of the most significant are related to China.
There are significant concerns in relation to the unconstrained use of mass surveillance during the pandemic resulting in violations of privacy and individual liberty.
Korea’s pioneering of 'green growth' makes it a leader in reconciling the ever-conflicting goals of economic growth and environmental sustainability.
Indonesia’s palm oil production is highly contentious, especially in the context of Chinese companies operating in Indonesia.
A kind of dual biography about these two creative writers and the societies from which they emerged.
Edition 11, 2022
(Post-)COVID social and environmental challenges in Asia
Studies that address the intersection of pandemic-related racism and sexism are lacking and the experiences of Asian women have been neglected.
Australia assumes that Chinese students educated in Australia will be a 'soft power' asset. But what if Australia-educated students aren't getting the influential jobs?
Universities need to take immediate steps to disseminate ideas and values that transcend national borders and national interests.
Reimagining human mobility in Asia Pacific after COVID-19: the challenge of expanding human rights-based entry and stay pathways
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many States put in place innovative measures to ensure migrants could stay. These measures should be extended past the pandemic.
National border closures and the pandemic. How Indian students 'stranded' in India coped with their plight.
China's continued 'zero-COVID' policy is placing a great deal of pressure on grassroots personnel tasked with carrying out the policy.