Chloroquine and the politics of health regulation in times of COVID-19 - commentary by Alexandre San Martim Portes in the Yale Journal on Regulation
PhD scholar Alexndre San Martim Portes writes that the Brazilian government continues to pursue its political agenda by supporting the use of chloroquine despite lacking evidence of its effectivene
Lethal Weapons: The Violent Politics Of Australian Defence Policy - Felicity Gray writes in Green Agenda
Felicity Gray comments on recent developments in the Australian Defence Policy.
China enacts Hong Kong security law, escalating confrontation with U.S. - Yun Jiang writes in The Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Yun Jiang, comments on China’s decision to adopt a contentious national security law that will allow Beijing to override Hong Ko
University reforms burden women with higher debt – RegNet alumna Kate Ogg writes in BroadAgenda blog
RegNet alumna Kate Ogg writes about how the recent higher education reforms will disadvantage young women and compound existing gender income inequalities.
Dr Imelda Deinla writes about how COVID-19 has exposed cracks in Duterte’s heavy-handed leadership in the Philippines.
'We Are Meant to Be a Cautionary Tale': The Chilling Implications of the Maria Ressa Verdict – Dr Imelda Deinla comments in Vice
Dr Imelda Deinla comments on the ruling that found journalist Maria Ressa guilty of cyber libel in the Philippines.
The Native Title Act supports mineral extraction and heritage destruction – Emeritus Professor Jon Altman writes in Arena
Emeritus Professor Jon Altman comments on the destruction of the Juukan Gorge Aboriginal habitation sites in the Pilbara caused by Rio Tinto mining company.
RegNet Visitor Gordon Peake writes about his doomed efforts to get a police certificate from Timor-Leste, illustrating the inertness of bureaucracy irrespective of political regime.
Between Politics and Policy: International Cooperation Beyond COVID-19 – RegNet alumnus Michael McKenzie writes in E-International Relations
RegNet alumnus and visitor Michael McKenzie, writes about how COVID-19 is influencing international affairs.
What does killing off COAG mean for health, climate change, transparency and much more? – Professor Sharon Friel comments in Croakey
Professor Sharon Friel comments on what the replacement of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) with the National Federation Reform Council, led by the National Ca