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Singapore’s Lee and Australia’s Albanese Meet, Sign Green Economy Agreement
October 18, 2022

Singapore’s Lee and Australia’s Albanese Meet, Sign Green Economy Agreement

By Sebastian Strangio
Lee Hsien Loong's state visit was a reminder that Singapore has long been, and is likely to remain, Canberra's most "like-minded" partner in Southeast Asia.

Mongolia, Australia Celebrate 50 Years of Diplomatic Relations
September 21, 2022

Mongolia, Australia Celebrate 50 Years of Diplomatic Relations

By Bolor Lkhaajav
Australia and Mongolia established ties in 1972, but their relationship began to pick up steam much more recently.
Australia Needs a Smarter Strategy for Investing in Vietnam
September 15, 2022

Australia Needs a Smarter Strategy for Investing in Vietnam

By Huong Le Thu
Bilateral relations have advanced considerably over the past decade, but Canberra can do a lot more to engage economically with Hanoi.

James Curran on Australia’s Changing Perceptions of China
August 09, 2022

James Curran on Australia’s Changing Perceptions of China

By Sebastian Strangio
We are at the end of an era in which the "relationship with Beijing came to be the symbol of a new era in Australia’s outlook on the world."

Australia’s China Strategy Under the Labor Party
August 05, 2022

Australia’s China Strategy Under the Labor Party

By Patricio Giusto
Regardless of the government, Australia’s commitment to the Quad – and concerns about China – are here to stay.

Ample Opportunities to Level Up Australia-Vietnam Relations
July 20, 2022

Ample Opportunities to Level Up Australia-Vietnam Relations

By Huynh Tam Sang and Pham Do An
With the election of a new Australian government, the chance to elevate ties between Hanoi and Canberra to the level of a comprehensive strategic partnership is within reach.

Opinion Poll Reveals Australian Public’s Collapsing Trust in China
June 29, 2022

Opinion Poll Reveals Australian Public’s Collapsing Trust in China

By Sebastian Strangio
The latest Lowy Institute public opinion survey found that the public feels less safe in 2022, due to China's growing power and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Australian FM Embarks on Trip to Vietnam, Malaysia
June 27, 2022

Australian FM Embarks on Trip to Vietnam, Malaysia

By Sebastian Strangio
Penny Wong's trip is her second to Southeast Asia in the month since she took up the foreign affairs portfolio.

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.

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.

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.
It’s Time for Australia to Take a Fresh Look at Indonesia
June 06, 2022

It’s Time for Australia to Take a Fresh Look at Indonesia

By Ross Taylor
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's trip to Jakarta is a good opportunity for Canberra to reset relations with its largest Southeast Asian neighbor.

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