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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
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
July 24, 2014
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
With the country increasingly engaged with Asia, can it generate more interest in Asian language study?
Australia’s Foreign Language Deficit
China to Join Military Exercises in Australia
July 23, 2014
China to Join Military Exercises in Australia
Chinese troops are scheduled to train on Australian soil for the first time.
China to Join Military Exercises in Australia
Australia Pushing for UN resolution on MH17
July 21, 2014
Australia Pushing for UN resolution on MH17
The country is outraged over the downing of the plane, which has left 28 Australians dead.
Australia Pushing for UN resolution on MH17
Will Australia Adopt An Emissions Trading Scheme?
July 17, 2014
Will Australia Adopt An Emissions Trading Scheme?
Just as the government drops the carbon tax, another climate change policy idea is resurrected.
Will Australia Adopt An Emissions Trading Scheme?
Australia, Japan and Asia’s New ‘Cold War’
July 14, 2014
Australia, Japan and Asia’s New ‘Cold War’
Donna Weeks, an expert on the Australia-Japan relationship, considers the implications of Abe's recent trip to Australia.
Australia, Japan and Asia’s New ‘Cold War’
Australian Senate Sets Back Abbott’s Policy Agenda
July 14, 2014
Australian Senate Sets Back Abbott’s Policy Agenda
The upper house of Australia’s parliament is in the spotlight as it thwarts key Liberal Party policies.
Australian Senate Sets Back Abbott’s Policy Agenda
Abbott’s WWII Comments Draw China’s Ire
July 12, 2014
Abbott’s WWII Comments Draw China’s Ire
The Chinese find Australian prime minister a little too fulsome in his praise for the Japanese.
Abbott’s WWII Comments Draw China’s Ire
Australia’s ‘Dangerous Allies’
July 10, 2014
Australia’s ‘Dangerous Allies’
A new book by former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser hopes to send Australia a wake-up call.
Australia’s ‘Dangerous Allies’
Australia and Japan’s ‘Special Relationship'
July 09, 2014
Australia and Japan’s ‘Special Relationship'
Abe’s visit looks set to bolster bilateral ties on both the economic and defense fronts.
Australia and Japan’s ‘Special Relationship'
Julie Bishop’s Forward-Looking Trip to Myanmar
July 07, 2014
Julie Bishop’s Forward-Looking Trip to Myanmar
Australia has been stepping up its engagement with the emerging Southeast Asian country.
Julie Bishop’s Forward-Looking Trip to Myanmar
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