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February 02, 2009
The Fever That Swept The West
Now that the ‘age of change’ is here, Richard Neville questions Australia’s role in post-9/11 security excesses.
The Fever That Swept The West
December 22, 2008
Asian Space Race
India’s launch in late October 2008 of its first lunar mission marked its ascendancy to an elite group of nations.
Asian Space Race
December 22, 2008
Looking Ahead...
Given the potential for the current financial turmoil to weaken international commitment to multilateralism, the coming year will be vital for the Rudd Government to drive effective global solutions to key global problems.
Looking Ahead...
November 01, 2008
Cyberspace in Pakistan is no terrorist playground, says this expert.
US President George Bush is now calling Pakistan one of three “theatres” in the War on Terror, and authorising deadly raids into its territory.
Cyberspace in Pakistan is no terrorist playground, says this expert.
November 01, 2008
Security Council Wheel of Fortune
Ignoring the need to quietly and steadily rebuild relationships and Australia’s international reputation, Rudd in a grand statement announced that Australia will seek a seat on the UN Security Council in 2013.
Security Council Wheel of Fortune
November 01, 2008
Terrorists for Sale
Foreign journalists are under mounting pressure from their editors to secure interviews with central figures in Al Qaeda…
Terrorists for Sale
October 30, 2008
Seaborne again
Japan’s constitution may prevent it from possessing an offensive military force, but as the ships on display during the Japan Coast Guard’s 60th birthday.
Seaborne again
August 27, 2008
We have unity now
At 66 years of age, Commander Richard Yoweni doesn’t think he is getting too old to keep battling Indonesia.
We have unity now
June 17, 2008
Carrying the Load
Carrying the Load
June 17, 2008
Lords of Kabul
His dashing figure and aristocratic demeanour once prompted compliments from world leaders and couture tsars alike.
Lords of Kabul
April 14, 2008
Borderline Hit Job
Pado Mahn Sha, the 65 year-old leader of the Karen National Union (KNU), Burma’s largest armed opposition group, sat outside his house in Mae Sot following a briefing session with a foreign analyst.
Borderline Hit Job
February 26, 2008
Coalition Blues
Are we winning the war in Afghanistan? It’s a hard question to answer. The better question may be: which war? The military mission?
Coalition Blues
February 26, 2008
Guarding the Gulf
In the shallow waters of the Persian Gulf, 30 kilometres from Iraq’s coastline, the Khawr Al Amaya oil terminal squats above the Iraqi waterline.
Guarding the Gulf
F-35: Still on Asia’s Radar?
F-35: Still on Asia’s Radar?
Several Asian countries are interested in the American F-35 JSF. But Canada’s U-turn on buying the jet won’t encourage Asian partners to sign up any time soon. Will the program survive?
F-35: Still on Asia’s Radar?
The Iran Secret: Explaining North Korea's Rocket Success
The Iran Secret: Explaining North Korea's Rocket Success
For years the Iran factor in North Korea’s ballistic missile program has been hiding in the open.
The Iran Secret: Explaining North Korea's Rocket Success
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