Australia’s Economic Diplomacy
August 29, 2014
Australia’s Economic Diplomacy
A sensible sounding policy needs the structure to support it.
Australia’s Economic Diplomacy
Exercise Pitch Black Concludes in Darwin
August 26, 2014
Exercise Pitch Black Concludes in Darwin
What was once a modest air defense exercise continues to grow in scale.
Exercise Pitch Black Concludes in Darwin
Australia’s Fight Against Islamic Extremists
August 22, 2014
Australia’s Fight Against Islamic Extremists
The government is stepping up efforts to deal with both domestic threats and Australian extremists active abroad.
Australia’s Fight Against Islamic Extremists
New Zealand PM Key Seeks Third Term
August 20, 2014
New Zealand PM Key Seeks Third Term
The National Party could be the first to rule without a coalition since 1996.
New Zealand PM Key Seeks Third Term
Secretary Kerry’s Visit to Solomon Islands
August 18, 2014
Secretary Kerry’s Visit to Solomon Islands
The US Secretary of State makes some history and updates a relationship.
Secretary Kerry’s Visit to Solomon Islands
Russia and Australia: Trading Rhetoric and Sanctions
August 16, 2014
Russia and Australia: Trading Rhetoric and Sanctions
The two countries have swapped sanctions and barbs since the downing of flight MH17.
Russia and Australia: Trading Rhetoric and Sanctions
The Australia-US Alliance Grows Ever Closer
August 15, 2014
The Australia-US Alliance Grows Ever Closer
An annual ministerial-level meeting underscores the growing strength of ties between Washington and Canberra.
The Australia-US Alliance Grows Ever Closer
Australia to Send Asylum Seekers to Cambodia
August 12, 2014
Australia to Send Asylum Seekers to Cambodia
A deal expected to be signed this week has already sparked widespread criticism.
Australia to Send Asylum Seekers to Cambodia
Are Australia’s Banks Too Big To Fail?
August 11, 2014
Are Australia’s Banks Too Big To Fail?
An inquiry shines the spotlight on Australia’s big four banks.
Are Australia’s Banks Too Big To Fail?
Australia’s Controversial New Counterterror Measures
August 08, 2014
Australia’s Controversial New Counterterror Measures
Concerns are expressed at the expanded authority, especially the mandatory collection of telecom metadata.
Australia’s Controversial New Counterterror Measures
The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau
August 06, 2014
The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau
Can a new leader give the forum some much-needed momentum?
The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
August 04, 2014
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
An attempt by the Australian government to suppress details of a corruption case has backfired.
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
Is Jokowi’s Victory Good for Australia?
July 30, 2014
Is Jokowi’s Victory Good for Australia?
Canberra may have reason to be hopeful that relations will improve, but there are some concerns.
Is Jokowi’s Victory Good for Australia?
Delhi Drawn Into Australia’s Refugee Dilemma
July 29, 2014
Delhi Drawn Into Australia’s Refugee Dilemma
Negotiations to buy Australian uranium may complicate the return of asylum seekers to India.
Delhi Drawn Into Australia’s Refugee Dilemma
The B20 Summit and Global Trade
July 27, 2014
The B20 Summit and Global Trade
Business leaders hope to influence the G20 on growth and trade ahead of the Brisbane summit.
The B20 Summit and Global Trade
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
July 25, 2014
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
Canberra’s strong and vocal support for Israel has it at odds with many of its neighbors.
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
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