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Melbourne Asia Review is an initiative of the Asia Institute. Any inquiries about Melbourne Asia Review should be directed to the Managing Editor, Cathy Harper.

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Toxic gastronationalism in India

  • Dr Shakira Hussein,

For the current Indian government, communal tensions about cows represent not so much a problem to be grappled with as a political opportunity.

Contested Asia and the return of the Quadrilateral Security Initiative

  • Professor Nick Bisley,

If the Quad becomes a major component of Asia’s security architecture then it is likely to stoke competition between China and the US rather than damp it down.

How India is dealing with China’s rising power

  • Dr Pradeep Taneja,

India has strengthened ties with most of its South Asian neighbours, the US and Russia, while at the same time participating in security groupings with China.

India and the Quad: Chinese belligerence and Indian resilience

  • Professor Harsh V. Pant,

New Delhi has not been shy of challenging Beijing’s actions on its disputed borders and other matters.

WEBINAR: The case for feminist foreign policy in Asia

Feminist foreign policy is an approach which places gender equality as the central goal of foreign policy, in recognition that gender equality is a predictor of peaceful and flourishing societies.