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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
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
What's Wrong With Australia's Emerging Immigration Stance?
April 27, 2017
What's Wrong With Australia's Emerging Immigration Stance?
With visa changes and new immigration rules, Canberra is missing an opportunity to attract skilled global workers.
What's Wrong With Australia's Emerging Immigration Stance?
Australia's Carmichael Coal Mine Folly
April 26, 2017
Australia's Carmichael Coal Mine Folly
Canberra is intent on seeing the controversial coal mine through.
Australia's Carmichael Coal Mine Folly
Turnbull in India: Developing an Underdeveloped Relationship
April 11, 2017
Turnbull in India: Developing an Underdeveloped Relationship
Australia’s prime minister hopes to emphasize the wealth of opportunities between the two countries in his 4-day trip.
Turnbull in India: Developing an Underdeveloped Relationship
What Do Asian Governments Think About the US Strike on Syria?
April 08, 2017
What Do Asian Governments Think About the US Strike on Syria?
A look at what China, Indonesia, Australia, and other Asian states had to say about the strike.
What Do Asian Governments Think About the US Strike on Syria?
A Failed Faustian Pact: Western Australia’s Liberal Party Slips in Elections
March 14, 2017
A Failed Faustian Pact: Western Australia’s Liberal Party Slips in Elections
The WA Liberal Party abandoned its pact with the National Party to make a deal with One Nation. It backfired.
A Failed Faustian Pact: Western Australia’s Liberal Party Slips in Elections
Calling All Ambassadors: Australia Ponders a New Foreign Policy Path
March 08, 2017
Calling All Ambassadors: Australia Ponders a New Foreign Policy Path
Australia has called all of its current diplomatic heads of mission home to help craft a new foreign policy white paper.
Calling All Ambassadors: Australia Ponders a New Foreign Policy Path
Australia’s Deadliest Destroyer Completes Sea Acceptance Trials
March 07, 2017
Australia’s Deadliest Destroyer Completes Sea Acceptance Trials
The air warfare destroyer HMAS Hobart is expected to be delivered to the RAN in June 2017.
Australia’s Deadliest Destroyer Completes Sea Acceptance Trials
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Finishes 4-Day Visit to Australia
February 28, 2017
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Finishes 4-Day Visit to Australia
Australia's relations with Israel are a balance between developing strong ties and managing moral quandaries.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Finishes 4-Day Visit to Australia
A Schism Among Australian Conservatives
February 11, 2017
A Schism Among Australian Conservatives
Cory Bernardi's defection from the Liberal Party is a significant moment in Australian politics.
A Schism Among Australian Conservatives
Australia Gets Reassurance on Refugee Deal and Dual Citizen Exception
January 31, 2017
Australia Gets Reassurance on Refugee Deal and Dual Citizen Exception
Australia seeks critical clarifications on the impact of U.S. President Trump's recent executive order.
Australia Gets Reassurance on Refugee Deal and Dual Citizen Exception
Timor-Leste Seeks a Better Maritime Border With Australia
January 11, 2017
Timor-Leste Seeks a Better Maritime Border With Australia
Terminating the CMATS treaty is a first step, but negotiating a median line boundary will be more difficult
Timor-Leste Seeks a Better Maritime Border With Australia
Australia’s Enemies: Looking Where the Light Shines Brightest
December 29, 2016
Australia’s Enemies: Looking Where the Light Shines Brightest
Terrorists, China’s military and Muslim boat people are not the main security threats to the country’s well-being.
Australia’s Enemies: Looking Where the Light Shines Brightest
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