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Australia’s Aged Care Facilities Have Failed Amid the Pandemic
August 29, 2020

Australia’s Aged Care Facilities Have Failed Amid the Pandemic

By Joshua Mcdonald
As recent testimonies to a royal commission demonstrate, the Australian government has poorly managed the pandemic in aged care facilities.
Australia to Open Travel Corridor for Seasonal Workers
August 24, 2020

Australia to Open Travel Corridor for Seasonal Workers

By Joshua Mcdonald
With borders still closed, the Australian agriculture industry is facing a looming summer shortage of workers. 

An Australian Law Student Sets an Example for the ASEAN Way
August 17, 2020

An Australian Law Student Sets an Example for the ASEAN Way

By Luke Hunt
How to reshape attitudes on issues ranging from the Asian haze to the Mekong River.

The Importance of Internalizing Feminism in Australian Foreign Policy
August 05, 2020

The Importance of Internalizing Feminism in Australian Foreign Policy

By Grant Wyeth
A successful foreign policy will always begin at home.

Are Australians Buying Chinese Goods Produced With Forced Labor?
July 31, 2020

Are Australians Buying Chinese Goods Produced With Forced Labor?

By Joshua Mcdonald
After recent reports laid out evidence that Uyghurs were being sent to work in factories around China after detention, Australian governments are reviewing some contracts.
Australia Consolidates Hardened US Position on the South China Sea
July 27, 2020

Australia Consolidates Hardened US Position on the South China Sea

By Grant Wyeth
Australia is supporting its ally, but it still has serious reservations about the Trump administration's chaotic approach to China.

How COVID-19 Will Reshape Indo-Pacific Security
July 24, 2020

How COVID-19 Will Reshape Indo-Pacific Security

By Jiyoon Kim, Jihoon Yu, and Erik French
COVID-19 will likely have a range of significant effects on Indo-Pacific security and geopolitics in both the short and long-term. 
New Light Shed on Australia’s Greatest Constitutional Crisis
July 17, 2020

New Light Shed on Australia’s Greatest Constitutional Crisis

By Joshua Mcdonald
In 1975, the Australian Governor-General dismissed Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and birthed a flurry of conspiracy theories.

Is It Safe for Australians to Travel to China?
July 09, 2020

Is It Safe for Australians to Travel to China?

By Grant Wyeth
This week, Canberra issued a travel warning that Australians could face “arbitrary detention” in China.

Slow Progress Toward an Australian Magnitsky Act 
July 02, 2020

Slow Progress Toward an Australian Magnitsky Act 

By Philip Citowicki
A Magnitsky Act would allow the effective targeting of individual human rights abusers without the collateral damage of sweeping sanctions.

Australia’s Mission to Become a Solar Powerhouse 
July 02, 2020

Australia’s Mission to Become a Solar Powerhouse 

By Joshua Mcdonald
Sunshine alone, though, does not guarantee a successful solar industry -- infrastructure and stable, smart politics are necessary. 
Indo-Pacific in Focus as Australia Substantially Lifts Military Spending
July 02, 2020

Indo-Pacific in Focus as Australia Substantially Lifts Military Spending

By Luke Hunt
Chinese bullying crystalizes opposition, divides ASEAN.

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