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Australia’s PM Albanese Starts State Visit to the US

Australia’s PM Albanese Starts State Visit to the US

By Chris Megerian
Albanese’s first state visit to the United States is intended as a celebration of the alliance, but may be overshadowed by war in Gaza and political dysfunction in Washington.

The Case for Development Diplomacy in a Militarized Pacific

The Case for Development Diplomacy in a Militarized Pacific

By James Chabin
If Australia and the United States genuinely desire a peaceful Pacific, they must be as enthusiastic about international development in the region as about security cooperation.
Multinational Talisman Sabre Exercises Underway

Multinational Talisman Sabre Exercises Underway

By Grant Wyeth
This year's iteration of the exercise burnishes Canberra’s credentials as a creative middle power with significant cooperative reach across the Indo-Pacific.

Where Are Australia-China Relations Headed?

Where Are Australia-China Relations Headed?

Michael Clarke, Jennifer Hsu, and Zhongzhou Peng discuss the tentative thaw in Australia-China relations.

Australia-China Relations: The Outlook for 2023

Australia-China Relations: The Outlook for 2023

By Corey Lee Bell and Elena Collinson
Despite the current détente, five major issues may place further strain on the Australia-China relationship next year.

The Problem With Australia’s Conservatism

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 Hawke, American Informant

Australia’s Hawke, American Informant

By Joshua Mcdonald
The beloved Australian prime minister was a U.S. informant, new research shows.
Australia’s Reading of the US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific

Australia’s Reading of the US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific

By Joshua Mcdonald
Australia is noted in the document not nearly as often as Japan, South Korea, or India, but that likely underscores the already tight relations between the two countries.

After Trump, Can Australia Trust the United States?

After Trump, Can Australia Trust the United States?

By Grant Wyeth
Canberra long assumed it could work with any party in Washington – but is that still true after Trump?

Australia Is Watching the US Election Process Closely

Australia Is Watching the US Election Process Closely

By Grant Wyeth
Whoever holds the U.S presidency has a considerable impact on Australia.

A Quiet Kowari: US, Australia, and China Trilateral Military Exercise

A Quiet Kowari: US, Australia, and China Trilateral Military Exercise

By Katie Howe
The sixth annual trilateral military exercise continued despite increased regional tensions.
What Comes After US Hegemony?

What Comes After US Hegemony?

By Bidisha Biswas and Anish Goel
The Asia-Pacific region looks beyond the United States.

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