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Indian Australians Fastest Growing Group in Australia
June 30, 2022

Indian Australians Fastest Growing Group in Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Since 2016 India has leapfrogged both New Zealand and China to become the third largest country of birth in Australia after Australia itself and the United Kingdom. 

Australian Defense Minister’s India Trip: A Sign of Growing Defense Ties
June 27, 2022

Australian Defense Minister’s India Trip: A Sign of Growing Defense Ties

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Canberra and New Delhi need to streamline their defense and security agenda on an accelerated pace in the face of pressure on both from Beijing.
Do Australian Politicians Know the Difference Between Hinduism and Hindutva?
May 17, 2022

Do Australian Politicians Know the Difference Between Hinduism and Hindutva?

By Grant Wyeth
Engagement with the growing Hindu community is essential for Australian politicians, but there is an obvious tightrope to walk.

What an Academic Freedom Debate Says About Australia-India Relations
April 14, 2022

What an Academic Freedom Debate Says About Australia-India Relations

By Grant Wyeth
A group of fellows at the University of Melbourne’s Australia India Institute recently resigned, alleging restrictions on their academic freedom.

The Hitch in Australia’s Grand Plans With India
April 06, 2022

The Hitch in Australia’s Grand Plans With India

By Hugh Piper
Australia has strategic reasons to pursue closer ties, but ignoring India’s human rights issues comes with a cost.

The Problem With Australia’s Conservatism
January 20, 2022

The Problem With Australia’s Conservatism

By Grant Wyeth
Australia may find itself sleep walking into an international environment that it doesn't have the disposition to effectively negotiate. 

Australia’s Relationship With India Is Concerning
November 25, 2021

Australia’s Relationship With India Is Concerning

By Dechlan Brennan
Canberra’s concern about China is no excuse for ignoring New Delhi’s rights abuses.
Australia-India 2+2 Dialogue: Converging Interests
September 16, 2021

Australia-India 2+2 Dialogue: Converging Interests

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New Delhi and Canberra have had to bear the brunt of increasingly belligerent Chinese behavior in the Indo-Pacific, pushing their bilateral relationship to new heights.

Under Pressure, Australia Reverses Ban on Returns from India
May 07, 2021

Under Pressure, Australia Reverses Ban on Returns from India

By Grant Wyeth
Although the ban is set to be lifted on May 15, flying home for Australians in India will still be a difficult, and expensive, prospect.

Has the Long Arm of the BJP’s Identity Politics Reached Australia?
March 10, 2021

Has the Long Arm of the BJP’s Identity Politics Reached Australia?

By Grant Wyeth
A group of Sikh men were attacked in a Sydney suburb by other Indian Australians. Police believe the attack is linked to the Sikh-led farmers' protests in India.

To Deepen Relations With India, Australia Should ‘Step Up’ in South Asia
December 12, 2020

To Deepen Relations With India, Australia Should ‘Step Up’ in South Asia

By Henry Storey
Canberra can help deepen relations with New Delhi by putting more effort into its relations with other South Asia states.
Can Australia and India Effectively Partner for COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-out?
November 30, 2020

Can Australia and India Effectively Partner for COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-out?

By Grant Wyeth
Australia is well-positioned to help roll-out a COVID-19 vaccine across the Pacific and Southeast Asia; India’s vaccine manufacturing capability would be a huge boost to that effort.

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