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Australia-India relations

The Inevitability of Indian Spies in Australia

The Inevitability of Indian Spies in Australia

By Grant Wyeth
India’s emerging great power status comes with great power behavior.

Australian Ministers Won’t Comment on Media Reports That Indian Spies Were Secretly Expelled

Australian Ministers Won’t Comment on Media Reports That Indian Spies Were Secretly Expelled

By Rod McGuirk
Australia's prime minister, foreign minister, and treasurer all deflected questions about India’s reported “nest of spies” in the country.
Strengthening Australia’s Engagement in the Indian Ocean

Strengthening Australia’s Engagement in the Indian Ocean

By Grant Wyeth
Australia must work a little harder to fully integrate itself as a member of the Indian Ocean community. 

India’s Place in Australia’s National Defense Strategy 2024

India’s Place in Australia’s National Defense Strategy 2024

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The pace of growth in the Australia-India strategic relationship is quite impressive, but New Delhi’s hesitance on hard security issues may hamper further developments. 

What the Canada-India Rift Means for Australia

What the Canada-India Rift Means for Australia

By Grant Wyeth
The present state of India-Canada relations is something that Canberra is keen to avoid.

Albanese at the Modi Show: Blurring the Line Between Australian Diplomacy and Indian Domestic Politics

Albanese at the Modi Show: Blurring the Line Between Australian Diplomacy and Indian Domestic Politics

By Grant Wyeth
When Modi visit countries with significant Indian diasporas, he puts on a stadium performance which serves primarily domestic political aims. 

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Cheered by 20,000 Fans at Sydney Stadium

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Cheered by 20,000 Fans at Sydney Stadium

By Rick Rycroft and Rod McGuirk
Modi is the only leader of the Quad nations to continue with his visit to Australia after U.S. President Joe Biden pulled out of a planned meeting in Sydney.
Innovative Solutions Needed for Indian Community Tensions in Australia

Innovative Solutions Needed for Indian Community Tensions in Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Left unchecked, tensions, which have sparked vandalism of Hindu temples and attacks on Sikhs, have the potential to poison the Australia-India bilateral relationship.

Albanese in India: A Reflection of Growing India-Australia Ties

Albanese in India: A Reflection of Growing India-Australia Ties

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The visit demonstrated the diversified and comprehensive nature of the India-Australia partnership. 

Australian Leader Plans Meeting With Biden After India Trip

Australian Leader Plans Meeting With Biden After India Trip

By Associated Press
Prime Minister Albanese is in India until March 11. After that, he will head to the U.S. in a trip that may provide more details about the AUKUS submarine deal.

Indian Foreign Minister Visits Australia Amid Deepening Relations

Indian Foreign Minister Visits Australia Amid Deepening Relations

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
There is a lot riding on the relationship for both New Delhi and Canberra given that both have a inherent interest in balancing China and ensuring a stable Indo-Pacific strategic order.
Malabar and More: Quad Militaries Conduct Exercises

Malabar and More: Quad Militaries Conduct Exercises

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Given continuing tensions with China, India will seek to expand its military engagements and security consultations with the Quad.

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