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Australia to Bomb Syria?
August 27, 2015

Australia to Bomb Syria?

By Helen Clark
The prime minister is raring to go, despite the questionable wisdom of the move.
Australia’s Worldview, Minus the Spin
August 26, 2015

Australia’s Worldview, Minus the Spin

By Elliot Brennan
Is Australia moving out of the “slipstream” of power?

New Zealand: Goodbye to the Union Jack?
August 14, 2015

New Zealand: Goodbye to the Union Jack?

By Helen Clark
The government has decided it wants a new flag.

Australia’s Pending Defense White Paper
August 12, 2015

Australia’s Pending Defense White Paper

By Helen Clark
Subs, shipbuilding, terrorism and the South China Sea…the next White Paper will make for interesting reading.

Australia and Indonesia: Business as Usual?
August 10, 2015

Australia and Indonesia: Business as Usual?

By Helen Clark
The freeze that followed the Bali 9 executions appears to be thawing.
Bronwyn Bishop Scandal Another Blow for Abbott
August 06, 2015

Bronwyn Bishop Scandal Another Blow for Abbott

By Helen Clark
The toppling of the Speaker of the House adds to the litany of political misjudgments by the Australian prime minister.

Politics of Polarization in New Caledonia
July 24, 2015

Politics of Polarization in New Caledonia

By Sally Andrews
A fragile political situation could be derailed over a new law.
Sharks in a Volcano: Why You Should Care
July 16, 2015

Sharks in a Volcano: Why You Should Care

By Catherine Putz
Scientists found hammerheads swimming inside the crater of an underwater volcano--do they know when it's about to blow?

Flags Symbolize Canberra’s Terror Focus
July 12, 2015

Flags Symbolize Canberra’s Terror Focus

By Helen Clark
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is making liberal use of Australian flags.

The Pacific Implications of China’s Proposed NGO Law
July 10, 2015

The Pacific Implications of China’s Proposed NGO Law

By Stephen Noakes and Victoria Brownlee
China’s new draft law for foreign NGOs could undermine engagement in the South Pacific.

Lowy Poll: Terrorism Not China Australia’s Biggest Concern
July 02, 2015

Lowy Poll: Terrorism Not China Australia’s Biggest Concern

By Elliot Brennan
Only 24 percent of Australians feel “very safe” in their country.
Australia: Kinder, Gentler Counterterrorism?
June 17, 2015

Australia: Kinder, Gentler Counterterrorism?

By Helen Clark
The Countering Violent Extremism Summit offers a contrast to government rhetoric on terrorism.

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