The responsibility to protect human rights has largely disappeared from the top of the international agenda, Martin Blaszczyk writes.
Policy file: Human Rights Day
Bringing people into Pacific policy
The key to countering ISIL
A nuclear arms race in Northeast Asia?
Pyongyang is clearly in a hurry to develop its inter-continental ballistic missile capability to enable it to deliver a nuclear strike on the continental US, but does this point to an emerging arms race? Brendan Taylor and David Envall take a look in their chapter from Nuclear Asia, the new publication from the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific.
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Missiles and missile defence in a nuclear Asia
Today, China has the ability to conduct a large-scale, conventional missile strike against the US and its allies. This carries the real risk that the Chinese army might think it can brief its political masters with a plausible theory of victory. Stephan Frühling assesses the possibilities in this chapter from Nuclear Asia, the new publication from the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific.
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