Keeping it in the family

Griffith Asia Institute
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Griffith Asia Institute Director, Andrew O’Neil was mentioned today (Thursday 27 February) in an article by The Australian. The article, written by Rowan Callick, focuses on the family connections increasingly found in Asian government. – – – – – THE big family business in Asia today is not running companies, but controlling countries. Every kind […]

Chinese territorial disputes may escalate this year

Griffith Asia Institute
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Territorial disputes between an increasingly assertive China and its regional neighbours Japan, South Korea, The Philippines and Vietnam  dominated coverage of the region in 2013.  Analysts are warning that any of these disputes could potentially escalate into armed conflict in 2014.  Professor Andrew O’Neil comments on this issue in an interview with ABC Radio National […]

Troubled Waters: Tensions in the South China Sea

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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Griffith Asia Institute was pleased to host Dr Michael C Williams, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Chatham House, London on the 25 February 2013. Dr Williams spoke to researchers and students about the tensions in the South China Sea. He explained that tensions in South China Sea between ASEAN members, especially Vietnam the Philippines, and the PRC […]

Time-bound targets in vogue, more needed

Griffith Business School
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Progress towards corporate responsibility (CR) is being made, but is not enough to meet the international communities’ goals on climate change or world poverty, according to a new report co-authored by Griffith Business School Adjunct Associate Professor Jem Bendell. Lifeworth’s seventh annual CR review will be released today (February 14) in Manila, Philippines by Associate […]