Much Ado About Malcolm
June 28, 2016
Much Ado About Malcolm
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is far from the transformational figure he hoped to be.
Much Ado About Malcolm
Cross Culture: Indonesian Dance Troupe Evolves Out of Australia's Suburbs
June 26, 2016
Cross Culture: Indonesian Dance Troupe Evolves Out of Australia's Suburbs
The Diplomat's Luke Hunt interviews the stars of Lestari Girls.
Cross Culture: Indonesian Dance Troupe Evolves Out of Australia's Suburbs
Australia's Many Small Parties Help Disburse Discontent
June 14, 2016
Australia's Many Small Parties Help Disburse Discontent
A vibrant array of minor parties provides a release valve for discontent in Australia.
Australia's Many Small Parties Help Disburse Discontent
Are Australia’s New Subs Already Obsolete?
June 10, 2016
Are Australia’s New Subs Already Obsolete?
Rapid technological changes in underwater warfare may make the submarine as we know it obsolete by the 2040s.
Are Australia’s New Subs Already Obsolete?
Election Campaigning Highlights Northern Australia’s Potential
May 31, 2016
Election Campaigning Highlights Northern Australia’s Potential
Developing the northern region of Australia would be a significant pivot toward Southeast Asia as a major market.
Election Campaigning Highlights Northern Australia’s Potential
South Australia Ponders Hosting a Nuclear Waste Storage Facility
May 10, 2016
South Australia Ponders Hosting a Nuclear Waste Storage Facility
Such a facility would mean revenue for the state, but comes with serious public relations hurdles.
South Australia Ponders Hosting a Nuclear Waste Storage Facility
Australia’s Submarine Superiority: Strange Strategies and Overspending
May 06, 2016
Australia’s Submarine Superiority: Strange Strategies and Overspending
How grounded in strategic reality is the Australian government's decision to purchase 12 new submarines?
Australia’s Submarine Superiority: Strange Strategies and Overspending
Does Australia Lack Commitment to Building Up Its Cities?
May 05, 2016
Does Australia Lack Commitment to Building Up Its Cities?
Victoria state received a disproportionately low amount of infrastructure funding in the latest budget.
Does Australia Lack Commitment to Building Up Its Cities?
Will the Manus Island Decision Put an End to Australia’s 'Pacific Solution'?
April 28, 2016
Will the Manus Island Decision Put an End to Australia’s 'Pacific Solution'?
Papua New Guinea's Supreme Court ruled the detention center “unconstitutional and thus invalid.”
Will the Manus Island Decision Put an End to Australia’s 'Pacific Solution'?
Why Japan Lost the Bid to Build Australia’s New Subs
April 27, 2016
Why Japan Lost the Bid to Build Australia’s New Subs
How did the onetime frontrunner fail in its bid to build Australia’s next-generation submarine?
Why Japan Lost the Bid to Build Australia’s New Subs
It's Official: France's DCNS Wins Australia's $50 Billion Future Submarine Contract
April 26, 2016
It's Official: France's DCNS Wins Australia's $50 Billion Future Submarine Contract
DCNS' conventional Barracuda-class variant beat out Japan's Soryu-class and Germany's Type 216.
It's Official: France's DCNS Wins Australia's $50 Billion Future Submarine Contract
Did Japan Just Lose the Bid to Build Australia's New Subs?
April 21, 2016
Did Japan Just Lose the Bid to Build Australia's New Subs?
The Australian government has allegedly ruled out Japan's sub bid, according to an Australian media report.
Did Japan Just Lose the Bid to Build Australia's New Subs?
The Problem With Australia’s Steel Industry
April 13, 2016
The Problem With Australia’s Steel Industry
Arrium's collapse highlights the downside of over-reliance on an industry which is at the mercy of global markets.
The Problem With Australia’s Steel Industry
Australia’s Navy Begins Testing Combat Systems on Its First Air Warfare Destroyer
March 30, 2016
Australia’s Navy Begins Testing Combat Systems on Its First Air Warfare Destroyer
Integration and testing of the Aegis combat system aboard Australia’s first air warfare destroyer has begun.
Australia’s Navy Begins Testing Combat Systems on Its First Air Warfare Destroyer
Pulling Up the Ladder? Electoral Reforms in Australia
March 22, 2016
Pulling Up the Ladder? Electoral Reforms in Australia
Changes to voting procedures look to lock out the “discontent vote.”
Pulling Up the Ladder? Electoral Reforms in Australia
Locked Out: Sydney’s Nightlife Takes a Hit
March 16, 2016
Locked Out: Sydney’s Nightlife Takes a Hit
New laws aiming to cut down on drunken violence might ruin the city’s economically crucial evening vibes.
Locked Out: Sydney’s Nightlife Takes a Hit
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