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Author: Jerome A. Cohen, NYU Seldom has the death of a great Asian leader commanded as much appreciation in the West as the passing of Lee Kuan Yew. The mind numbs at the number of well-earned tributes to the man who led Singapore to become a successful…
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 Author: Luke Hurst, ANU As Australia moves away from a decade of resource-driven prosperity, it is even more important that it avoid mistakes that previously might have been papered over by the boom times.
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Author: Sanchita Basu Das, ISEAS As the ASEAN Economic Community’s (AEC) December 2015 deadline approaches, most observers feel that the initiative’s deliverables — an integrated production space with free movement of goods, services, and skilled labour —…
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Author: Scott Leis, Maryland Recently, two very powerful and damaging storms have wreaked havoc in the Western Pacific: Cyclone Pam and Typhoon Maysak. These were two of the most intense storms to impact this region in the past 15 years and, by some…
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Northeast Asia needs to reflect on the past to move towards a brighter future.

Author: Tsuneo Akaha, MIIS The 70th anniversary of the end of the World War II offers an opportunity for Northeast Asia to reflect on the lessons learnt from the past and to forge a vision for a peaceful and prosperous future. The Northeast Asian…
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Domestic division in Japan impedes reconciliation on the 'comfort women' issue.

Author: Mary M. McCarthy, Drake University On 29 April 2015, Shinzo Abe became the first Japanese prime minister to speak before a joint session of the US Congress. Japan watchers listened closely, hoping to hear a preview of his upcoming statement on the…
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Author: Peter Drysdale, East Asia Forum Recent talk that would encourage government messing with Australian iron ore markets sits awkwardly in the context of the core strategic importance of raw materials in Australia’s economic relationships with Asia,…
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Author: Annmarie Elijah, Hazel Moir and Andrew Willcocks, ANU Australian federal government policymakers need to have broader and more robust consultations with business, consumers and state governments when it comes to trade treaties. As an open economy…
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Author: Richard Katz, Oriental Economist Report Unless the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade talks are concluded soon, they risk dragging on interminably. If that happens, the United States’ capacity to function as a benign world hegemon will be…
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Author: Sanghyun Hong, University of Adelaide Since the 1970s, nuclear power has provided cheap, stable and clean electricity that has fuelled South Korea’s rapid economic growth. Currently, 23 nuclear power plants with a total capacity of 21 gigawatts of…
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Indonesia needs to promote openness in a critical year for its involvement in trade agreements.

Authors: Creina Day, ANU and Yose R. Damuri, Centre for Strategic and International Studies The first 100 days of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and his government have been distinguished by historic reforms to fuel subsidies, social assistance to the…
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Authors: Cillian Nolan and Sidney Jones, IPAC Indonesia’s Papua, covering its two easternmost provinces, simmers with the highest levels of deadly violence — inter-ethnic, electoral, land-related and domestic — in the country. Home to a Melanesian and…
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Introduction

East Asia Forum provides a platform for the best in East Asian analysis, research and policy comment on the Asia Pacific region and world affairs.

The blog is run out of the East Asian Bureau of Economic Research (EABER), housed in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. Contributors are from the College of Asia and the Pacific, across the Australian National University and other regional institutions in EABER. Content includes Australian, East Asian and Asia Pacific region perspectives, with guest bloggers from right around the region.

The East Asia Forum is a forum for EABER and SABER and is edited by Shiro Armstrong and Peter Drysdale, who are economists at the Australian National University.

The views expressed in this forum are those of the individual authors and do not represent the views of the College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU, EABER, or the institutions to which the authors are attached.

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