Australia-Philippines Launch Joint Naval Patrol in South China Sea
By Grant Wyeth
The recent joint patrol is another sign that Beijing's attempts at intimidation in will not be submitted to – not by the Philippines and not by Australia.
Australian, Filipino, US Forces Practice Retaking an Island in a Drill Near the South China Sea
By Jim Gomez
1,200 Australians, 560 Filipinos, and 120 U.S. Marines took part in mock beach landings, assaults, and helicopter insertion of forces.
The Philippines Is Leveraging Its Strategic Value to Become an Indo-Pacific Power
By Gavril Torrijos
Manila is embracing its alliance with the United States and building closer ties to Japan and Australia to become a strong, equal partner that can uphold a Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
Australia to Provide Surveillance Drones to Philippines Amid South China Sea Tensions
By Jim Gomez
Canberra is also considering whether to take part in joint patrols in the disputed South China Sea.
Can the Philippines and Australia Elevate their Partnership to a Strategic Level?
By Mark Manantan
Human rights concerns may limit cooperation, but the cyber domain is an area for collaboration.
What is Australia’s Stake in Philippine Chaos?
By Imelda Deinla and Rory MacNeil
Why should Australia be concerned with Duterte’s rising authoritarianism and contempt for the rule of law?
Australia-Philippines Relationship: It’s Complicated
By Charmaine Deogracias and Orrie Johan
Despite broadly shared interests, the Philippines' President Duterte is negatively impacting the relationship.
Philippines, Australia to Hold Joint Military Exercises
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The two countries are set to hold twin drills.