China’s economic evolution in the Year of the Dog
As China prepares to enter the Year of the Dog, the country's economic focus is shifting. A University of Melbourne expert analyses what this might mean in 2018
Could new trade rules mean a lack of health warnings on alcohol?
As talks begin around the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) - the University of Melbourne looks at how new trade rules could restrict health warnings on alcohol.
China in Africa: Who benefits?
Economist Dr Lauren Johnston examines the evolving political and economic relationships between China and developing nations of Africa.
Why South Korea’s fresh start is good news for Australian business
South Korea has elected a new president; AsiaLink Business at the University of Melbourne says this presents Australia with a big business opportunity.
President Trump: What it means for the world’s economies
Donald Trump's economic policies could have huge impact on the world – but exactly what that impact will be remains unclear.
The precarious potential of megacities
As more and more of the world's population is urbanised, the potential of megacities is being scrutinised.
Brexit and Australia: The way forward
The Brexit vote may have put a spanner in the works just as Australia and the EU are closing in on a trade deal, but past hard work will pay off.
Beyond big cigars and vintage cars
President Obama has opened the door with his historic visit to Cuba, but building social trust with the locals is the next step in growing the relationship
Prof Jensen: Why it is important for Australia’s policymakers and leading academics to discuss the future of the nation’s economic and social agendas together
Trade deal will define the ‘rules of the road’
This explainer tells you what you need to know about the just completed Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations