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Navigating the Indo-Pacific With Australia’s Domestic Political Circus in Tow
November 28, 2017

Navigating the Indo-Pacific With Australia’s Domestic Political Circus in Tow

By Sian Troath
How can Australia implement its Foreign Policy White Paper without political stability at home?
The Case for Restoring Australia-North Korea Relations
November 17, 2017

The Case for Restoring Australia-North Korea Relations

By Tom Corben
Growing military tensions and an ambitious human rights agenda require a cost-benefit recalibration from Canberra.

In the Trump Era, Australia Needs More Distance From the US
October 31, 2017

In the Trump Era, Australia Needs More Distance From the US

By Olivia Tasevski
A truly independent Australian foreign policy is overdue and feasible.

A Stronger Australia in Southeast Asia?
October 09, 2017

A Stronger Australia in Southeast Asia?

By Luke Hunt
Concerning regional developments have put Canberra’s role in the spotlight.

Foreign Donations, Local Politics: China's Australia Influence
July 18, 2017

Foreign Donations, Local Politics: China's Australia Influence

By Ed Kennedy
Australia's foreign donation scandal exposes long-term strategic challenges.
Trump-Turnbull Meet Comes Amid Increasing Debate Over Australia's US Ties
May 05, 2017

Trump-Turnbull Meet Comes Amid Increasing Debate Over Australia's US Ties

By James Bowen
Trump’s actions might finally force Australia to choose between the U.S. and China.

Turnbull in India: Developing an Underdeveloped Relationship
April 11, 2017

Turnbull in India: Developing an Underdeveloped Relationship

By Grant Wyeth
Australia’s prime minister hopes to emphasize the wealth of opportunities between the two countries in his 4-day trip.
If the US Loses Interest in Asia, What Are Australia's Options?
March 14, 2017

If the US Loses Interest in Asia, What Are Australia's Options?

By Nick Derewlany
Australia needs to work on creating a regional architecture that can withstand U.S. absence.

Calling All Ambassadors: Australia Ponders a New Foreign Policy Path
March 08, 2017

Calling All Ambassadors: Australia Ponders a New Foreign Policy Path

By Grant Wyeth
Australia has called all of its current diplomatic heads of mission home to help craft a new foreign policy white paper.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Finishes 4-Day Visit to Australia
February 28, 2017

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Finishes 4-Day Visit to Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Australia's relations with Israel are a balance between developing strong ties and managing moral quandaries.

Australia's Foreign Policy White Paper Needs to Look at More Than Defense
February 24, 2017

Australia's Foreign Policy White Paper Needs to Look at More Than Defense

By Michael Sheldrick
Australia's next Foreign Policy White Paper needs to reemphasize the importance of foreign aid.
Why Trump Has Rattled the Land Down Under
December 15, 2016

Why Trump Has Rattled the Land Down Under

By Claude Rakisits
The election of Donald Trump gives ammunition to those in Australia who question the U.S. alliance.

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