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Slowly Blazing the Trail with the Australia-Japan Reciprocal Access Agreement
April 10, 2019
Slowly Blazing the Trail with the Australia-Japan Reciprocal Access Agreement
The RAA negotiation process sets an important precedent that will inform Japan’s security relationships for years to come.
Slowly Blazing the Trail with the Australia-Japan Reciprocal Access Agreement
With AUSINDEX, Australia and India Team Up
March 30, 2019
With AUSINDEX, Australia and India Team Up
With extensive maritime zones in the Indian Ocean, Australia and India’s strategic interests continue to converge.
With AUSINDEX, Australia and India Team Up
The Islamophobia Epidemic in Australia
March 29, 2019
The Islamophobia Epidemic in Australia
Racism has no place in society and Australian politicians from all sides of politics are making full awareness of this fact.
The Islamophobia Epidemic in Australia
Mass Shootings at New Zealand Mosques Kill 49; 1 Man Charged
March 15, 2019
Mass Shootings at New Zealand Mosques Kill 49; 1 Man Charged
“It is clear that this can now only be described as a terrorist attack,” New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.
Mass Shootings at New Zealand Mosques Kill 49; 1 Man Charged
The New Colombo Plan and Australia’s Asian Future
March 04, 2019
The New Colombo Plan and Australia’s Asian Future
The program’s true success will come when wider Australia society begins to feel a greater affinity with Asia.
The New Colombo Plan and Australia’s Asian Future
If the Global Population Busts, Can Australia Boom with a Proactive Immigration Policy?
February 26, 2019
If the Global Population Busts, Can Australia Boom with a Proactive Immigration Policy?
A declining global population will make the maintenance of Australia’s immigration program the country’s primary strategic asset.
If the Global Population Busts, Can Australia Boom with a Proactive Immigration Policy?
Australia’s Liberal Party Releases National Security Plan Ahead of May Elections
February 21, 2019
Australia’s Liberal Party Releases National Security Plan Ahead of May Elections
The plan broadens the church of national security but it doesn’t provide much clarity.
Australia’s Liberal Party Releases National Security Plan Ahead of May Elections
Australia's <em>Collins</em>-Class Submarines Enter a 20th Year of Trouble
February 16, 2019
Australia's Collins-Class Submarines Enter a 20th Year of Trouble
A Swedish shipyard’s troubles and Australia’s quest for new submarines.
Australia's Collins-Class Submarines Enter a 20th Year of Trouble
Heaven and Earth in Chinese Art: Politics on Display in Australia
February 14, 2019
Heaven and Earth in Chinese Art: Politics on Display in Australia
The broader definition of what constitutes the entity of “China” is on display in Sydney in more ways than one.
Heaven and Earth in Chinese Art: Politics on Display in Australia
Australia Needs a New National Security Strategy
February 01, 2019
Australia Needs a New National Security Strategy
Drafting a new national security strategy will be a grueling and charged affair, but it's time for an update.
Australia Needs a New National Security Strategy
All Eyes on the AFC Asian Cup
January 28, 2019
All Eyes on the AFC Asian Cup
As the 2019 AFC Asian Cup winds down, Asian football rises in importance.
All Eyes on the AFC Asian Cup
Australia’s New Air Warfare Destroyer Completes Weapons, Systems Evaluation
January 04, 2019
Australia’s New Air Warfare Destroyer Completes Weapons, Systems Evaluation
The HMAS Hobart completed weapons and systems evaluation with the U.S. Navy off the U.S. West Coast in December.
Australia’s New Air Warfare Destroyer Completes Weapons, Systems Evaluation
Explaining Australia’s Meek Response to China's Arbitrary Detention of 2 Canadians
January 03, 2019
Explaining Australia’s Meek Response to China's Arbitrary Detention of 2 Canadians
Australia has been slow to respond to these events, instead choosing to remain mostly aloof. Why?
Explaining Australia’s Meek Response to China's Arbitrary Detention of 2 Canadians
Winners and Losers From Asia’s Dog Year
December 26, 2018
Winners and Losers From Asia’s Dog Year
It has been a dog year, indeed, for many.
Winners and Losers From Asia’s Dog Year
Australia’s Israel Embassy Decision and the Convergence of Conservative Identity
December 18, 2018
Australia’s Israel Embassy Decision and the Convergence of Conservative Identity
Australia’s foreign policy may be moving into a phase where it is no longer mostly above partisan politics.
Australia’s Israel Embassy Decision and the Convergence of Conservative Identity
Australia’s Liberal Party in Disarray
December 07, 2018
Australia’s Liberal Party in Disarray
Does the party have the ability to purge its reactionary elements and realign itself as a responsible governing entity?
Australia’s Liberal Party in Disarray
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