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The Squad: Adding an ‘S’ for Security

The Squad: Adding an ‘S’ for Security

By Oorja Tapan
The Philippines is not replacing India in the Quad, but India’s hesitancy on the security agenda in the region in hopes of not triggering China dilutes the Quad’s focus.

Australia: How Child Maltreatment Drives Mental Health Crisis

Australia: How Child Maltreatment Drives Mental Health Crisis

By Lucinda Grummitt
Many cases of mental illness in Australia could be eradicated by targeting child maltreatment. The impacts of doing nothing are devastating.
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.

Where to Next in Australia’s Battle With Elon Musk and X?

Where to Next in Australia’s Battle With Elon Musk and X?

By Terry Flew
The Australian government’s battle with Elon Musk and X over violent content appears admirable, but will it change anything for those vulnerable to its harm?

What Does It Mean to Defend Australia?

What Does It Mean to Defend Australia?

By Grant Wyeth
Defending Australia's way of life, not just its shores, is a central objective of the new National Defense Strategy.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Violence Against Women Is a Wicked, and Urgent, Problem for Australia

Violence Against Women Is a Wicked, and Urgent, Problem for Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Were Islamist extremists or white supremacists murdering someone every four days – the rate at which Australian women are being killed so far in 2024 – it would be deemed a national emergency.

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. 
How Conservative Media Fuels Australia’s Nuclear Power Debate

How Conservative Media Fuels Australia’s Nuclear Power Debate

By Phil McManus
Debates over nuclear power in Australia continue to be stoked not by industry or voters, but by the media.

China Lifts Heavy Tariffs on Australian Wine as Ties Improve

China Lifts Heavy Tariffs on Australian Wine as Ties Improve

By Zen Soo and Keiran Smith
China imposed tariffs on Australian wine in 2020 during a diplomatic feud over Australia's support for a global inquiry into the origins of COVID-19.

Does Urban Design Matter for International Engagement?

Does Urban Design Matter for International Engagement?

By Grant Wyeth
Good design is a decentralized mechanism for international engagement. It is a soft power tool that can produce expanding effects.

A Serious Question: Can Australia Trust the United States?

A Serious Question: Can Australia Trust the United States?

By Grant Wyeth
Asking the question isn’t a sign of betrayal. It's indicative of an emotionally mature country that thinks seriously about its strategic circumstances. 
The Climate Crisis Is Crushing Australian Festivals

The Climate Crisis Is Crushing Australian Festivals

By Ben Green and Catherine Strong
Following a devastating week of extreme weather forcing the cancellation of Pitch, Australia's decimated live entertainment scene recalibrates.

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