Why health diplomacy in the Asia Pacific matters

Addressing health risks in the Asia Pacific presents an opportunity for expanded regional cooperation and is particularly important for Australia's position in the region. Sara Davies writes this is why health diplomacy matters.  Read more…

15/11/2018 | Sara E. Davies | 0 Comments

Trump's new wall? The challenges of a Democratic House

The US midterm elections delivered control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats with the Republicans hanging on to the Senate. John Pilbrow examines what a divided Congress may mean for the Trump presidency.  Read more…

14/11/2018 | John Pilbrow | 0 Comments

Low-skilled job seekers facing barriers to work

A recent study by Anglicare Australia into the job market for those facing the greatest barriers to work has found a shortage of low-skilled entry-level jobs with large numbers of candidates competing for reach position. Kasy Chambers explains.  Read more…

14/11/2018 | Kasy Chambers | 0 Comments

The rise and rise of Asia's cities

The mega cities of Asia and their leaders may well come to shape the rules of Australia's neighbourhood with significant impact on Australia's foreign policy, write Susan Harris-Rimmer and Charuka Ekanayake. Read more…

08/11/2018 | Charuka Ekanayake and Associate Professor Susan Harris Rimmer | 0 Comments

The house price fall we had to have

With house price falling and auction clearance rates as low as those seen in the GFC, there is some concern of an impending house price collapse. But according to Chris Richardson and Alex Hooper of Deloitte Access Economics, the drop in house prices against the backdrop of a strong economy is good news.  Read more…

31/10/2018 | Alex Hooper and Chris Richardson | 0 Comments