January 01, 2022
Australia’s Growing Ties With Northeast Asia
By Grant Wyeth
It is at the intersection of commercial and hard-security interests that Australia’s relationships with Japan and South Korea are finding their increasing health.
February 20, 2020
The Foreign Policy Benefits of a Treaty With Australia’s Indigenous Peoples
By Henry Storey
Making peace with Australia’s past could be a boon for its international relations, as well as simply being the right thing to do.
December 06, 2019
Going Their Own Way: Western Australia’s Asia Strategy
By Adil Cader
An Australian state government has launched a comprehensive strategy for engagement with Asian nations.
May 31, 2019
Moving Into the Neighborhood: Australia’s Soft Power Push in Asia
By Shane Preuss
In Asia, Australia has long been viewed as a neighbor, not necessarily a part of the neighborhood.
May 16, 2018
Australia and the Rules of Attraction
By Grant Wyeth
A matter of taxes and politics: Can Australia remain attractive and powerful in the Indo-Pacific?
June 15, 2015
Australia’s Foreign Aid Cuts Could Be Costly
By Joshua Kurlantzick
The country's budget cutbacks are likely to have some far-reaching repercussions.
November 12, 2014
Australia May Not Join New Asian Bank After All
By Helen Clark
Strategic conflicts prompt Canberra to pull out of the Chinese initiative.
October 01, 2014
Australia Shuts Down Its TV Network
By Luke Hunt
There's a heavy sigh from viewers in Asia as Canberra loses an important plank in its soft power.