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Language, Religion and Terrorism in Australia
December 02, 2015

Language, Religion and Terrorism in Australia

By Helen Clark
Some Australians are confusing language with religion, and with terrorism.
Chinese Investment and Australia’s National Security
December 02, 2015

Chinese Investment and Australia’s National Security

By Helen Clark
Australia is always excited by the prospect of Chinese wealth, but with certain important caveats.

Vanuatu: President Dissolves Parliament
December 01, 2015

Vanuatu: President Dissolves Parliament

By Helen Clark
The political crisis in the South Pacific nation comes to a head.

Australia Hoses Down South China Sea Angst
December 01, 2015

Australia Hoses Down South China Sea Angst

By Greg Austin
Turnbull shows his mettle.

Australia’s Drone Debate
November 30, 2015

Australia’s Drone Debate

By Robert Potter and Chris Sheahan
Drones can do more than just kill people.
Maternal Health in Papua New Guinea
November 24, 2015

Maternal Health in Papua New Guinea

By Georgia Eccles
Limited public healthcare and misinformation have given PNG the highest maternal mortality rate in the Asia-Pacific.

Australia and Japan: The Unknown Unknowns
November 21, 2015

Australia and Japan: The Unknown Unknowns

By Mark Thomson
Australia's submarine decision has significant implications for its strategic relationship with Japan.
Yes, a Chinese Company Leased Darwin Port. So What?
November 19, 2015

Yes, a Chinese Company Leased Darwin Port. So What?

By Greg Austin
The furor over Darwin Port exposes Australia’s anti-China impulses.

Australia Faces Tough Choices on Immigration and Terrorism
November 19, 2015

Australia Faces Tough Choices on Immigration and Terrorism

By Benjamin David Baker
The recent terror attacks in Paris are dividing Canberra’s politicians. How should Australia react to terrorism?

Vietnam and New Zealand Aim to Double Trade By 2020
November 16, 2015

Vietnam and New Zealand Aim to Double Trade By 2020

By Ankit Panda
New Zealand and Vietnam plan to hit a trade volume of $2.2 billion by 2020.

Australia and the F-35 Debate
November 15, 2015

Australia and the F-35 Debate

By Helen Clark
The country’s huge planned acquisition of the much-maligned fighter has stirred surprisingly little public debate.
New Zealand MPs Tossed Out After Speaking Out About Rape
November 13, 2015

New Zealand MPs Tossed Out After Speaking Out About Rape

By Catherine Putz
A discussion about Australian deportation and detention of New Zealanders has side-stepped into a row about rape culture.

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