2 Years On, AUKUS Continues to Raise Questions
By Patricia O’Brien
China obviously has concerns about the security pact, but so do some of Australia's friends and partners – and Australians themselves.
Is Australia’s Defense Strategy Based on a Mistaken Assumption?
By Marigold Black and Austin Wyatt
Australia can only achieve “impactful projection” if it can be sure of its neighbors' responses to any conflict scenario.
Australia’s Growing Defense Focus on the Northern Territory
By John Garrick and Michael Hatherell
As Australia’s military ties with the U.S. deepen, the Top End becomes even more vital to Australian security.
Australia Steps Up in Defense of the Indo-Pacific Order
By Ashley Townshend and Brendan Thomas-Noone
The Strategic Update provides a blueprint for how Australia will navigate a “poorer, more dangerous and more disorderly” future in the Indo-Pacific.
Australia to Join US, UK, and Bahrain in Patrolling Strait of Hormuz
By Joshua Mcdonald
Security experts argue Australia should be prioritizing its efforts in the Indo-Pacific instead of the Middle East.
A New Islamic State Base in the Philippines?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop joins a growing list of officials highlighting the threat.