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Course Correction: Promising Signs for Australia-South Korea Relations
October 12, 2019

Course Correction: Promising Signs for Australia-South Korea Relations

By Tom Corben
After a period of neglect, leaders in Canberra and Seoul appear to be putting bilateral ties back on course.

Australia Carefully Watching Unrest in Hong Kong Unfold
October 08, 2019

Australia Carefully Watching Unrest in Hong Kong Unfold

By Grant Wyeth
Countries like Australia need to assess their stakes in Hong Kong.
A Quiet Kowari: US, Australia, and China Trilateral Military Exercise
September 30, 2019

A Quiet Kowari: US, Australia, and China Trilateral Military Exercise

By Katie Howe
The sixth annual trilateral military exercise continued despite increased regional tensions.

Taking Australian Rules Football to Asia
September 27, 2019

Taking Australian Rules Football to Asia

By Grant Wyeth
The Australian Football League hopes the uniquely Aussie sport will catch on in Asia.

Making Sense of 'Cyber-Restraint': The Australia-China Case
September 19, 2019

Making Sense of 'Cyber-Restraint': The Australia-China Case

By Robert Farley
Why did Australia react to an apparent Chinese hack the way it did?

A Warm Welcome for Fijian Prime Minister in Australia
September 18, 2019

A Warm Welcome for Fijian Prime Minister in Australia

By Grant Wyeth
The pomp and ceremony provided for him in Canberra this week symbolize a remarkable transformation for Bainimarama.

Australia’s Third Air Warfare Destroyer Enters Sea Trials
September 16, 2019

Australia’s Third Air Warfare Destroyer Enters Sea Trials

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The latest Hobart-class destroyer has entered sea trials this month, according to Australia’s defense minister.
Australia, Japan to Hold First Joint Air Combat Exercise
September 11, 2019

Australia, Japan to Hold First Joint Air Combat Exercise

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Bushido Guardian 2019 exercise will be held from September 11 to October 8 in Japan.

Australia and the Case of the Rohingya
September 09, 2019

Australia and the Case of the Rohingya

By Grant Wyeth
In a recent visit to Bangladesh, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne took time to tour the refugee camps at Cox’s Bazar.

Middle Powers, Joining Together: The Case of Vietnam and Australia
August 31, 2019

Middle Powers, Joining Together: The Case of Vietnam and Australia

By Le Dinh Tinh and Hoang Long
Middles powers need each other more, not less, as great power competition roils the Asia-Pacific.

Why Did China Charge an Australian Blogger With Espionage?
August 27, 2019

Why Did China Charge an Australian Blogger With Espionage?

By Grant Wyeth
The arrest of Yang will be a test of Canberra's resolve in pushing back against Beijing's use of arbitrary detention.
Vietnam Seeks Australia’s Support on the South China Sea
August 23, 2019

Vietnam Seeks Australia’s Support on the South China Sea

By Du Nhat Dang
Scott Morrison's visit will mesh with Vietnam's strategy of seeking assurances over its maritime disputes with China.

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