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Australia Seeks to Boost Independent Space Capabilities
September 03, 2021

Australia Seeks to Boost Independent Space Capabilities

By Paula Alvarez-Couceiro
Developing individual space capabilities is expensive but critical for countries like Australia.
Why Did the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Take on Fox News?
September 01, 2021

Why Did the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Take on Fox News?

By Grant Wyeth
In an investigative series, the ABC laid out the connection between misleading reporting on Fox and the January 6 unrest in Washington, DC. 

What the Fall of Afghanistan Means for New Zealand
August 27, 2021

What the Fall of Afghanistan Means for New Zealand

By Geoffrey Miller
What unfolds in Kabul could have far-reaching implications for New Zealand’s geopolitical position.

Australia Charts Course to Reopening to the World
August 26, 2021

Australia Charts Course to Reopening to the World

By Joshua Mcdonald
With a zero COVID state unobtainable, Canberra is looking to reopen once vaccination rates pick up.

New Zealand Confronts COVID Delta Wave
August 25, 2021

New Zealand Confronts COVID Delta Wave

By Joshua Mcdonald
After living mostly COVID-free throughout the pandemic, New Zealand has hit its worst point since April 2020. 
The ANZUS Treaty at 70
August 25, 2021

The ANZUS Treaty at 70

By Patricia A. O’Brien
As their alliance turns 70, Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S. now face different challenges from China.

How Should Australia Respond to China’s Arbitrary Detentions?
August 18, 2021

How Should Australia Respond to China’s Arbitrary Detentions?

By Grant Wyeth
One option for countries like Australia and Canada is to boycott the upcoming Winter Olympics. 
How Australia’s COVID Policy Backfired
August 17, 2021

How Australia’s COVID Policy Backfired

By Joshua Mcdonald
Australia’s initial successes against the virus may have rendered it complacent, impacting its vaccination campaign.

Australian Government Inquiry Calls for Fresh Support for Foreign Policy Research
August 17, 2021

Australian Government Inquiry Calls for Fresh Support for Foreign Policy Research

By Philip Citowicki
A Senate Committee has highlighted the need for Australia's funding of foreign policy research to keep pace with the region's shifting strategic climate.

New Zealand and the United Nations
August 12, 2021

New Zealand and the United Nations

By Geoffrey Miller
The latest climate change report was a reminder of the U.N.’s clout. How does Wellington engage the international body?

How Australia’s Family Courts Are Failing Children
August 11, 2021

How Australia’s Family Courts Are Failing Children

By Grant Wyeth
A recent study peels back the veil on Australia’s family courts.
New Zealand’s Ardern Apologizes for Racist Dawn Raids
August 10, 2021

New Zealand’s Ardern Apologizes for Racist Dawn Raids

By Joshua Mcdonald
Ardern said it was clear that the immigration laws of the 1970s were designed to specifically target Pasifika people, indigenous peoples of the Pacific Islands. 

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