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The Australian government’s battle with Elon Musk and X over violent content appears admirable, but will it change anything for those vulnerable to its harm?

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The presidential contenders are playing up their commitment to fighting an old problem — but with few new details.

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Indian law needs clearer definitions regarding punishment, degree of regulation of acid sales, and concrete visions for rehabilitation programs.

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Keeping kids safe from abuse isn’t about teaching “stranger danger” or “tricky people”. It’s far less simplistic.

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India’s Supreme Court is poised to deliver a landmark judgement that may make marital rape a crime, a fiercely debated subject with roots in colonial law.

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Australians might think their right to march in the streets is constitutionally guaranteed, but it isn’t.

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As long as the law does not recognise it as transnational organised crime, the illegal trade of wildlife will continue to flourish in Indonesia.

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When fighting official corruption, prevention can be the cure. But what does that look like?

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Equipping police units with military equipment can help fight crime but there are spillover effects that cannot be ignored.

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As Indonesia moves to shed its colonial, undemocratic past, its so-called ‘moderate’ death penalty laws — riddled with ambiguity — undermines any move forward.

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Indonesia is changing its approach to the death penalty, but half-measures won’t be enough to stop capital punishment outright.

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