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Wednesday linkage


Sam Roggeveen


4 February 2010 13:24

  • Walter Russell Mead says very kind things about the Lowy Institute in his reply to my post.
  • High speed catamarans are a good news story for Australia's defence industry.
  • The Council on Foreign Relations examines the China factor in what it calls a South East Asian 'arms spree'.
  • An examination of 'cloud computing' and the promise of 'a new kind of global cultural commons'. (H/t 3QD.)
  • The WSJ has an extract from Henry Paulson's book describing the 48 hours leading up to the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
  • The Asia Foundation looks at the rule of law in Timor-Leste.
  • Child custody cases could further test US-Japan relations.
  • It's considered impolite in Washington to raise the notion of a G-2, writes William Overholt, yet '(i)n addressing the global financial crisis...China and the United States have had a strong partnership.'
  • Alexander Downer's former Chief of Staff, Chris Kenny, wants Barack Obama to toughen up