Australia: Kinder, Gentler Counterterrorism?
June 17, 2015
Australia: Kinder, Gentler Counterterrorism?
The Countering Violent Extremism Summit offers a contrast to government rhetoric on terrorism.
Australia: Kinder, Gentler Counterterrorism?
Australia’s Foreign Aid Cuts Could Be Costly
June 15, 2015
Australia’s Foreign Aid Cuts Could Be Costly
The country's budget cutbacks are likely to have some far-reaching repercussions.
Australia’s Foreign Aid Cuts Could Be Costly
Australia: Indonesian People Traffickers Paid Off?
June 15, 2015
Australia: Indonesian People Traffickers Paid Off?
Are Australian officials at risk of prosecution?
Australia: Indonesian People Traffickers Paid Off?
In Terror Fight, Australia Debates Revoking Citizenship
June 08, 2015
In Terror Fight, Australia Debates Revoking Citizenship
A controversial proposal would strip would-be terrorists of citizenship. Will that help?
In Terror Fight, Australia Debates Revoking Citizenship
Property, Probity, High Prices: China and Australia’s Real Estate Market
June 05, 2015
Property, Probity, High Prices: China and Australia’s Real Estate Market
Australian racists protest, but there is more to the influx of Chinese money than simple-minded xenophobia.
Property, Probity, High Prices: China and Australia’s Real Estate Market
Same-Sex Marriage in Australia: A Step Forward
May 27, 2015
Same-Sex Marriage in Australia: A Step Forward
The issue of marriage equality has returned to the forefront in Australia.
Same-Sex Marriage in Australia: A Step Forward
Australia-Japan Talk Closer Military Ties at Pacific Meeting
May 25, 2015
Australia-Japan Talk Closer Military Ties at Pacific Meeting
The two countries plan to facilitate joint military exercises.
Australia-Japan Talk Closer Military Ties at Pacific Meeting
Budgets, Diplomacy and Australia’s Foreign Aid
May 24, 2015
Budgets, Diplomacy and Australia’s Foreign Aid
Australian diplomacy is going through an “unsettled period.”
Budgets, Diplomacy and Australia’s Foreign Aid
B-1 ‘Misspeak’ Highlights Australia’s China-US Balancing Problem
May 15, 2015
B-1 ‘Misspeak’ Highlights Australia’s China-US Balancing Problem
The U.S. walks back a bomber basing announcement, but it still underscores Australia’s tricky diplomatic position.
B-1 ‘Misspeak’ Highlights Australia’s China-US Balancing Problem
Australia: A Boring Budget?
May 14, 2015
Australia: A Boring Budget?
The Australian government tries to avoid the controversy that followed last year’s offering.
Australia: A Boring Budget?
Climate Change Debate Flares Again in Australia
May 12, 2015
Climate Change Debate Flares Again in Australia
One of Tony Abbott's closest advisers believes climate change is a UN-led conspiracy.
Climate Change Debate Flares Again in Australia
Auckland’s Housing Bubble
May 06, 2015
Auckland’s Housing Bubble
A remarkable surge in real estate prices in New Zealand’s largest city has analysts worried.
Auckland’s Housing Bubble
Indonesia Executions: Spotlight on Australian Federal Police
May 03, 2015
Indonesia Executions: Spotlight on Australian Federal Police
Australian parliament plans an inquiry into the AFP’s role in the fates of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Indonesia Executions: Spotlight on Australian Federal Police
Australia, Vietnam and Anniversaries of War
April 30, 2015
Australia, Vietnam and Anniversaries of War
The two countries have both celebrated major anniversaries, with little tolerance for dissent.
Australia, Vietnam and Anniversaries of War
Australia: National Security Innovation Priorities
April 29, 2015
Australia: National Security Innovation Priorities
How much should Canberra invest in cyber security, including S&T innovation?
Australia: National Security Innovation Priorities
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
April 29, 2015
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
Diplomatic blowback begins following the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
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