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Australia and South Korea: Resetting Middle Power Ambitions
June 16, 2022

Australia and South Korea: Resetting Middle Power Ambitions

By Peter K. Lee and Sarah Teo
It is worth assessing if and how two of the Indo-Pacific’s most prominent middle powers might once again pursue creative and ambitious statecraft.
China’s Pacific Push Is Already Remaking the Region
June 14, 2022

China’s Pacific Push Is Already Remaking the Region

By Patricia O’Brien
After a whirlwind of visits and agreements, where does the Pacific region stand?

China’s Envoy to Australia Says 2 Nations at ‘New Juncture’
June 14, 2022

China’s Envoy to Australia Says 2 Nations at ‘New Juncture’

By Rod McGuirk
After the first minister-to-minister talks in more than two years, China says the bilateral relationship with Australia faces new opportunities.

Why Is New Zealand’s Defense Minister Visiting South Korea?
June 13, 2022

Why Is New Zealand’s Defense Minister Visiting South Korea?

By Geoffrey Miller
When it comes to geopolitical strategy, New Zealand and South Korea are becoming closer by the day.

The Big Problem With Labor’s ‘Plan to Build a Stronger Pacific Family’
June 10, 2022

The Big Problem With Labor’s ‘Plan to Build a Stronger Pacific Family’

By Corey Lee Bell
The Pacific Islands are not interested in being Australia’s – or China’s – “little brothers.”
NASA to Launch from Australia’s Northern Territory
June 08, 2022

NASA to Launch from Australia’s Northern Territory

By Philip Citowicki
The move could expand the frontiers of space exploration, and enhance Australia's ability to carry out missions of its own.

Anthony Albanese Must Be More Than a National Security Prime Minister 
June 08, 2022

Anthony Albanese Must Be More Than a National Security Prime Minister 

By Philipp Ivanov
The challenges facing Australia are formidable. To navigate them we must accept our place at the heart of a shared region.
Australia’s New Government Faces an Economic Trial-by-Fire
June 07, 2022

Australia’s New Government Faces an Economic Trial-by-Fire

By Anthony Fensom
Keeping the economic sunshine shining amid growing global tensions and rising inflation, without blowing out the budget, will provide a tough test for the Albanese government.

The Forgotten, Quiet, Battlers: Who Are The Real Australians?
June 07, 2022

The Forgotten, Quiet, Battlers: Who Are The Real Australians?

By Grant Wyeth
If the Liberal Party wants to find its way back to government it needs to abandon the attempt to define an “authentic” class of Australians, and instead simply see people as people. 

Australian Leader’s Visit Affirms Deeper Ties to Indonesia
June 07, 2022

Australian Leader’s Visit Affirms Deeper Ties to Indonesia

By Niniek Karmini
Talks between Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and President Joko Widodo focused on expanding the economic ties between the two neighbors.

China and Australia’s Dueling Pacific Tours Make Final Stops
June 03, 2022

China and Australia’s Dueling Pacific Tours Make Final Stops

By Gantry Meilana and Nick Perry
The foreign ministers of Australia and China were both making their final stops Friday on what has become an island-hopping diplomatic duel in the South Pacific.
The Real Power of Preferential Voting in Australia
May 31, 2022

The Real Power of Preferential Voting in Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Preferential voting has been harnessed effectively to create a change that invested actors – in major political parties and the media – find disconcerting.

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