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Transcript of Trump’s Terrible January Call With Turnbull Leaks
August 03, 2017
Transcript of Trump’s Terrible January Call With Turnbull Leaks
Trump repeatedly fumes over a Obama-era immigration deal with Australia.
Transcript of Trump’s Terrible January Call With Turnbull Leaks
An Australian Republic, If You Can Referendum It
August 02, 2017
An Australian Republic, If You Can Referendum It
Will Canberra ditch the British monarchy? The Labor party wants to put it to a vote.
An Australian Republic, If You Can Referendum It
Two Dual Citizens Resign From the Australian Parliament
July 19, 2017
Two Dual Citizens Resign From the Australian Parliament
The resignations highlight a disconnect between the country’s constitution and its present reality.
Two Dual Citizens Resign From the Australian Parliament
Explaining Australia’s Sharp Turn to Information Warfare
July 08, 2017
Explaining Australia’s Sharp Turn to Information Warfare
How Australia's military is gearing up for information warfare.
Explaining Australia’s Sharp Turn to Information Warfare
What North Korea’s ICBM Means for Australia
July 07, 2017
What North Korea’s ICBM Means for Australia
Australia’s territory is within reach of Pyongyang’s latest weapon, as are the U.S. troops stationed at Darwin.
What North Korea’s ICBM Means for Australia
Piracy in Australia’s Neighbors  
July 05, 2017
Piracy in Australia’s Neighbors  
Capacity-building in Melanesia will have a direct impact on Australian security.
Piracy in Australia’s Neighbors  
RAMSI Ends: What’s Next for the Solomon Islands?
June 30, 2017
RAMSI Ends: What’s Next for the Solomon Islands?
The mission was devised not simply as a peacekeeping operation, but as a program to rebuild the state.
RAMSI Ends: What’s Next for the Solomon Islands?
What Is China's Meddling in Australia Actually Buying?
June 26, 2017
What Is China's Meddling in Australia Actually Buying?
Of all major liberal, multi-party democracies, Australia may be the most exposed to China.
What Is China's Meddling in Australia Actually Buying?
Next Islamic State: Australia’s Indonesia Challenge
June 23, 2017
Next Islamic State: Australia’s Indonesia Challenge
Australia needs a new strategic approach to countering terrorism in Indonesia.
Next Islamic State: Australia’s Indonesia Challenge
Samoa Officially Becomes a Christian State
June 16, 2017
Samoa Officially Becomes a Christian State
The constitutional change is aimed at avoiding religious unrest.
Samoa Officially Becomes a Christian State
Australia's 60-Year-Old South China Sea Prophecy Comes True
June 12, 2017
Australia's 60-Year-Old South China Sea Prophecy Comes True
Archival documents show that Australia’s position on the South China Sea disputes has been consistent since the 1950s.
Australia's 60-Year-Old South China Sea Prophecy Comes True
Australians Fret as Chinese Investment in Property Market Surges  
June 10, 2017
Australians Fret as Chinese Investment in Property Market Surges  
Housing bubble aside, some investors may be breaching foreign ownership regulations and laundering money.
Australians Fret as Chinese Investment in Property Market Surges  
As Papua New Guinea Approaches New Elections, Human Rights Concerns Persist
June 07, 2017
As Papua New Guinea Approaches New Elections, Human Rights Concerns Persist
As Papua New Guinea's election approaches, its human rights record remains troubling.
As Papua New Guinea Approaches New Elections, Human Rights Concerns Persist
For Pacific Island States, Climate Change Is an Existential Threat
June 05, 2017
For Pacific Island States, Climate Change Is an Existential Threat
U.S. withdrawal from the Paris agreement is deeply concerning to leaders in the Pacific.
For Pacific Island States, Climate Change Is an Existential Threat
Why Is Australia Dragging Its Feet on China's Belt and Road?
May 19, 2017
Why Is Australia Dragging Its Feet on China's Belt and Road?
Geostrategic concerns about the Belt and Road are overblown. So why is Australia so reluctant to participate?
Why Is Australia Dragging Its Feet on China's Belt and Road?
The Sovereign Recognition Game: Has Nauru Overplayed Its Hand?
May 17, 2017
The Sovereign Recognition Game: Has Nauru Overplayed Its Hand?
In recognizing Abkhazia and South Ossetia, Nauru drew Russian funds. Can U.S. pressure flip Nauru's choice?
The Sovereign Recognition Game: Has Nauru Overplayed Its Hand?
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