with contributions by Martin M. van Bruinessen, Richard Castles, Barbara Leigh, Michael Leigh, David Mitchell, Halina Nowicka, Anthony Reid, and Heather Sutherland. Lance Castles, portrait by Yasin Tiar, 1999 Lance Castles died peacefully in Melbourne’s Highgrove Aged Care home on 27th August 2020, his mind remaining lucid to the end. He was a pioneering and […]
Category: South Asia Studies
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Curated by Allan Sharp
The resurrection of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation and hope for further cooperation amidst covid-19BY Pravhat Lama and Chokey Namgyal Bhutia
The main objective of the conference was to collectively outline a strong strategy to limit the spread of the virus in the South Asian region.
Evidence from a decade of data from the Australian Research Council Australian governments tend to agree that Asia is vital to the national interest but are often unwilling to commit resources to fulfilling the potential of relations with the region. The ‘Australia in the Asian Century‘ white paper, which was commissioned by the Gillard government, […]