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Australian Health Insurer Says Data of All Customers Hacked
October 26, 2022

Australian Health Insurer Says Data of All Customers Hacked

By Rod McGuirk
The Medibank hack, impacting 4 million people, was the latest in a string of high-profile data breaches involving Australian firms.
Murder of Indigenous Teenager in Western Australia Brings Despair, Deja Vu
October 26, 2022

Murder of Indigenous Teenager in Western Australia Brings Despair, Deja Vu

By Dechlan Brennan
The murder of 15-year-old Cassius Turvey is not just a tragedy; “sadly, it is a pattern.”

What’s New in Australia and Japan’s Updated Joint Declaration of Security Cooperation?
October 25, 2022

What’s New in Australia and Japan’s Updated Joint Declaration of Security Cooperation?

By David Walton and Daisuke Akimoto
The document is a testament to the closer bilateral security relationship that has developed since the original declaration in 2007.

Cricket Brings out Melbourne’s Vibrant South Asian Community
October 24, 2022

Cricket Brings out Melbourne’s Vibrant South Asian Community

By Grant Wyeth
Over 90,000 people packed into the Melbourne Cricket Ground to watch a cricket game between India and Pakistan.

Australia No Longer Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital
October 21, 2022

Australia No Longer Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

By Dechlan Brennan
The move to overturn the Morrison government's 2018 decision angered Zionist groups but was cheered by Australian Palestinians.
The Power of Australia’s Pleasantly Boring Politics
October 18, 2022

The Power of Australia’s Pleasantly Boring Politics

By Grant Wyeth
It turns out the protection of liberal democracy doesn't need to be passionate and stirring; it may instead just need to be temperate and competent. 

India and New Zealand Improve Ties with Jaishankar Visit
October 18, 2022

India and New Zealand Improve Ties with Jaishankar Visit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The deepening of India-New Zealand after a lull in relations is important both in bilateral terms and also within the wider regional context.
Praise for a Long-Needed Pacific Partnership Strategy
October 14, 2022

Praise for a Long-Needed Pacific Partnership Strategy

By M. Osman Siddique
The newly developed U.S.-Pacific partnership strategy will ensure a prosperous tomorrow for the Pacific Island region.

New Zealand’s Relationship With India Is in Trouble
October 13, 2022

New Zealand’s Relationship With India Is in Trouble

By Geoffrey Miller
Despite New Zealand's once-ambitious plans, the relationship has stagnated, if not declined outright, over the past five years.

India-Australia Ties: Assessing Jaishankar’s Australia Trip
October 11, 2022

India-Australia Ties: Assessing Jaishankar’s Australia Trip

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India and Australia’s relationship has progressed remarkably, underscoring shared concerns in the Indo-Pacific.

Why Australia Needs Immigration Reform
October 11, 2022

Why Australia Needs Immigration Reform

By Grant Wyeth
Immigration is one of the primary tools Australia has at its disposal to become a more secure, more prosperous, and more influential country.
How Western Australia Criminalizes Indigenous Children
October 07, 2022

How Western Australia Criminalizes Indigenous Children

By Dechlan Brennan
The state’s disturbingly high rate of Indigenous incarceration is a direct result of punitive measures that push people – including minors – into the prison system.

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