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Can the Australia-US Alliance Overcome Fraught Politics in Washington?

Can the Australia-US Alliance Overcome Fraught Politics in Washington?

By Patricia O’Brien
Biden and Albanese might be in lockstep, but actualizing AUKUS requires U.S. congressional support that cannot be guaranteed, even at this high point of Australia-U.S. relations.

Australia Should Support Japan and South Korea’s Accession Into AUKUS

Australia Should Support Japan and South Korea’s Accession Into AUKUS

By Corey Lee Bell
The U.K. and the U.S. are showing increasing interest in bringing the Northeast Asian powers into the AUKUS fold. Why is Australia so hesitant?
The Case for Development Diplomacy in a Militarized Pacific

The Case for Development Diplomacy in a Militarized Pacific

By James Chabin
If Australia and the United States genuinely desire a peaceful Pacific, they must be as enthusiastic about international development in the region as about security cooperation.

2 Years On, AUKUS Continues to Raise Questions

2 Years On, AUKUS Continues to Raise Questions

By Patricia O’Brien
China obviously has concerns about the security pact, but so do some of Australia's friends and partners – and Australians themselves.

Will Regulatory Poison Pills Render AUKUS Dead on Arrival? 

Will Regulatory Poison Pills Render AUKUS Dead on Arrival? 

By Jeffrey P. Bialos
It’s time to consider novel, creative solutions to longstanding regulatory and bureaucratic hurdles that could, left unaddressed, doom AUKUS.

Indonesia Warns Nuclear Weapons Put Southeast Asia a ‘Miscalculation Away’ From Disaster

Indonesia Warns Nuclear Weapons Put Southeast Asia a ‘Miscalculation Away’ From Disaster

By Edna Tarigan and Niniek Karmini
Indonesia's Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi urged nuclear weapons states to join ASEAN's regional nuclear-free zone.

Why ‘Global Britain’ Will Prove a Welcome Partner for Southeast Asia

Why ‘Global Britain’ Will Prove a Welcome Partner for Southeast Asia

By Imran Said
Whitehall’s strategy of engaging ASEAN has been a notable, though unheralded, post-Brexit success story.
Australia’s Deterrence Dichotomy

Australia’s Deterrence Dichotomy

By Michael Clarke
Deterrence is the fulcrum of Australian defense policy, but questions of where, what, and how remain unanswered – especially regarding the new SSNs.

AUKUS, Southeast Asia, and the Indo-Pacific: Beyond Cyclical Perception Management?

AUKUS, Southeast Asia, and the Indo-Pacific: Beyond Cyclical Perception Management?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A key question about the trilateral security agreement is how it will eventually fit within the broader regional security architecture.

Why Does Russia Care About AUKUS?

Why Does Russia Care About AUKUS?

By Oleg Yanovsky
For Moscow, AUKUS is a threat to the delicate balance in the Asia-Pacific – a region that is crucial to Russia’s economic plans and foreign policy strategy.

For New Zealand, the Benefits of Joining AUKUS Pillar II Outweigh the Costs

For New Zealand, the Benefits of Joining AUKUS Pillar II Outweigh the Costs

By Reuben Steff
Although joining Pillar II could complicate aspects of New Zealand’s diplomacy, the fear of significant consequences seems overblown.
Where Are Australia-China Relations Headed?

Where Are Australia-China Relations Headed?

Michael Clarke, Jennifer Hsu, and Zhongzhou Peng discuss the tentative thaw in Australia-China relations.

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