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.
Australia Has a New Government. What Should Quad Leaders Expect?
By Richard Maude
When new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese attends the Quad Summit in Tokyo, he will largely signal continuity on Australian foreign policy.
Australia’s Election Complicates Attendance at Quad Summit
By Rod McGuirk
Australia’s general election is on May 21, just three days before the summit in Tokyo. It’s unclear who would represent Canberra if the polls usher in a change of government.
How China Strengthens the Quad
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Chinese belligerence further strengthens the motivation for Australia, India, Japan, and the United States to keep the Quad together.
Is China the Only Defining Factor in India-Australia Relations?
By Niranjan Marjani
As both countries recalibrate their approaches to China, their bilateral relations have taken a back seat.
India Keeps Australia Out of the Malabar Exercise -- Again
By Asha Sundaramurthy
What does India's decision mean for the Quad?
The Quad Reborn
A decade after it was first proposed, the U.S., Japan, India, and Australia are getting the squad back together.
Can the Quad Counter China's Belt and Road Initiative?
By Zhiqun Zhu
For a number of reasons, a proposed plan is unlikely to ever materialize.
Joining the Quad: Fear Versus Greed
By Mark J. Valencia
The United States may not like the result of forcing countries to make a choice between it and China.