Hockey needs more than Google for his economic research

Australia: Wayne Swan Confounds His Domestic Critics

Australia: How Euromoney's Finance Minister Award Became a Political Football

Egypt: Banking on a revolution

Thailand: Korn puts Shinawatra government on watch

Libya: Untainted talent leading from front

Why David Cameron is sounding a lot like Hosni Mubarak

TV hit blasts Kabul bumblers

Wendi Deng Murdoch: La Tigresa del Magnate

Behind Wendi Deng’s billion-dollar spike

US/UK/China/Australia: No profile

Op-Ed: Getting away with murder in Colombo

Syria: I would like you to meet my cousin

The Philippines: Sick man of Asia looking a bit better

India: Hunt for next top Tata man seems an inside job

Egypt's reluctant finance minister gets to work

Avoiding the grip of Singapore Inc

With Tamil Tigers slain, booming Sri Lanka makes up for lost time

The West practises selective dudgeon in the Middle East

Egypt still waiting for someone to lead

Indonesia is no role model for Egypt

Cover Story: Egypt- Orascom: A very modern tale of corporate finance

How do you solve a problem like Korea?

Making turmoil pay- Egypt's richest man is not for fleeing

Hot money threatens to scorch Asia again

Our Julian - For once, Australia really is punching above its weight in the world

Burma: A Model Democrat

Asian sirens cast a spell but leave some things to be desired

Singapore Slung: The city-state's success as a financial haven for Asia's wealthy turns sour

Afghanistan: Media mogul makes his mark in a troubled land

Turks might not wait

Afghanistan: Why Farnood was flushed out of Kabulbank

The money-making machine of Singapore Inc

India: A most uncivil service

Indonesia: Year of Living Hopefully

Malaysia stumbling

Don't bet on Kabul Bank

Double A-Team inspires new hope in Indonesia

Indonesia's slow road to reform

Indonesia's central question

Islamic finance: Hub or hubris?

Thailand's royal ill-health threatens to infect ASEAN

Kuala Lumpur a world financial centre through growth in Islamic banking

Sri Lanka: A one family state?

The Year in Asia

City Life-Dili

Dubai's debt crisis - A 'new paradigm' built on sand

After the war comes Sri Lanka’s refugee crisis (shorter version or longer)

Singapore’s leaders aren’t keen on criticism, frequently winning world-record libel damages in their own courts from the few who dare

Indonesia’s elite has too much to lose from addressing its actions in East Timor - part 1 - part 2

Singapore: Formula for excess

Fear and incomprehension still dominate our perception of Asia

Troubled Thailand

FINALIST, 2006 Walkley Award For Excellence in Journalism for Gotcha Goldberg
WINNER , 2003 Walkley Award For Excellence in Journalism for Allah’s Assassins”
SHORTLISTED, British Journalist of the Year 2005 for Death and Taxes in Kabul
RUNNER-UP, US-SAJA awards, 2005  editorial/commentary for Sri Lankan tsunami
FINALIST, 1993  Walkley Award For Excellence in Journalism for Pearl River Delta