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The AUKUS Nuclear Submarine Deal: Unanswered Questions for Australia
September 22, 2021

The AUKUS Nuclear Submarine Deal: Unanswered Questions for Australia

By Michael Clarke
From specific details of the submarines to the larger implications for Australia’s military and regional strategy, there are lots of question marks.

Australia, Indonesia Agree to Ramp up Defense Relationship
September 10, 2021

Australia, Indonesia Agree to Ramp up Defense Relationship

By Sebastian Strangio
The two nations could soon hold joint military exercises on Australian soil for the first time.
Australian Government Inquiry Calls for Fresh Support for Foreign Policy Research
August 17, 2021

Australian Government Inquiry Calls for Fresh Support for Foreign Policy Research

By Philip Citowicki
A Senate Committee has highlighted the need for Australia's funding of foreign policy research to keep pace with the region's shifting strategic climate.

Australian Parliamentary Committee Urges Harder Line on Myanmar Junta
June 25, 2021

Australian Parliamentary Committee Urges Harder Line on Myanmar Junta

By Sebastian Strangio
The cross-party committee called for the government to consider harsher sanctions, and a pathway to residency for Myanmar citizens in Australia.

The Costs of Australia’s Climate Politics
December 01, 2020

The Costs of Australia’s Climate Politics

By Matt McDonald
Despite the reality of the threat posed by climate change, Australia is a significant part of the failure to adequately address it. That has growing diplomatic costs.

Australia Announces New Injection of Pacific COVID-19 Vaccine Aid
November 02, 2020

Australia Announces New Injection of Pacific COVID-19 Vaccine Aid

By Sebastian Strangio
Canberra's funding commitments are beginning to catch up to its concerns about China's growing influence in its neighborhood.

China, Climate Change, and COVID-19: An Interview With Kevin Rudd
August 05, 2020

China, Climate Change, and COVID-19: An Interview With Kevin Rudd

By Jongsoo Lee
The former Australian prime minister discusses the challenges facing the Indo-Pacific, including the many facets of China’s rise.
Australia to Re-engage With International Institutions
June 18, 2020

Australia to Re-engage With International Institutions

By Joshua Mcdonald
Despite distrust among the general public of “globalism” and international institutions, Canberra affirmed its commitment to multilateral diplomacy.

Australia, COVID-19, and the Trans-Tasman Bubble
May 06, 2020

Australia, COVID-19, and the Trans-Tasman Bubble

By Conor McLaughlin
How an old alliance can guide Australia’s post-coronavirus future.

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.

The Carmichael Coal Mine: Despite Approval, Uncertainties Abound
June 17, 2019

The Carmichael Coal Mine: Despite Approval, Uncertainties Abound

By Grant Wyeth
The recent environmental approval does little to settle the controversies over the mine's impact.
China and Taiwan on the Mind as Australia’s Morrison Heads to the Solomon Islands
May 29, 2019

China and Taiwan on the Mind as Australia’s Morrison Heads to the Solomon Islands

By Grant Wyeth
Finding a position respectful of Honiara that also maintains Canberra’s strategic desires will require a deft touch.

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