- Daily Brief
- July 20, 2019
The Attack class may still be in service in sixty years, leaving Canberra with no room for error.
Despite US pressure, the Chinese telecom’s 2018 revenue surpassed $100 billion for the first time.
Though a repeat of the 2014 poll, electoral conditions have changed in the intervening years.
Misplaced concerns stemming from the Dengvaxia scandal are putting thousands of children at risk.
After years of delay, Thais finally have the opportunity to choose their own government again. Sort of.
The campaign against China for regional influence is beginning to heat up.
The broader strategic issues driving competition between the two powers will remain unaddressed.
Canberra’s mixed record on human rights has prompted international criticism and accusations of hypocrisy.
North Korea’s capacity to target the US with a nuclear-armed ICBM has fundamentally altered the status quo
The fresh diplomatic efforts by the region’s traditional heavyweights diverge starkly on substance.
For some states, the threat of cyber espionage may be worth the risk to improve social control.
The ill-timed speech has revitalised the fortunes of the pro-independence party.