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How the COVID-19 Pandemic Loosened Australia’s Federation
May 19, 2021

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Loosened Australia’s Federation

By Grant Wyeth
The premiers of New South Wales and Victoria could once again become Australia’s most powerful political actors. 
Australia-China Trade Tensions Persist With Cancelled Agreements and Sharp Statements
May 17, 2021

Australia-China Trade Tensions Persist With Cancelled Agreements and Sharp Statements

By Joshua Mcdonald
Canberra and Beijing pass the one-year mark of increased tensions over COVID-19 origins and the subsequent trade war.

Australia Avoids Reckoning With Afghanistan War Crimes Allegations
April 22, 2021

Australia Avoids Reckoning With Afghanistan War Crimes Allegations

By Joshua Mcdonald
More cases of alleged unlawful killings and abuse by Australian special forces in Afghanistan arise.

The Nordic Paradox in Australia: Women’s Advancement and Male Resentment
April 16, 2021

The Nordic Paradox in Australia: Women’s Advancement and Male Resentment

By Grant Wyeth
Male resentment and status anxiety are globally destabilizing forces.

Why Australia Needs to Prioritize Women
April 06, 2021

Why Australia Needs to Prioritize Women

By Grant Wyeth
If we understand the state as a self-interested entity, then it is puzzling that it would not seek to neutralize issues that adversely affect half its population.
How to Operationalize the Quad
March 30, 2021

How to Operationalize the Quad

By Jeffrey T. Vanak, Jack Souders, and Kenneth del Mazo
Through deepening maritime partnerships, the Quad nations can amplify their mutual naval power in the Indo-Pacific.

The Common (and Overlooked) Underpinnings of Australia’s Economy
March 26, 2021

The Common (and Overlooked) Underpinnings of Australia’s Economy

By Conor McLaughlin
Much of the discussion about diversification is centered on two overarching premises: China and trade. What does that approach miss?
Why Is Australia’s Vaccine Campaign Moving So Slowly?
March 22, 2021

Why Is Australia’s Vaccine Campaign Moving So Slowly?

By Joshua Mcdonald
More than 6 million Australians are currently eligible to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. A mere fraction have received it.

Australia’s Women Take to the Streets in Protest
March 16, 2021

Australia’s Women Take to the Streets in Protest

By Grant Wyeth
Sparked by a recent wave of sexual assault allegations in parliament, the protests tap into a wider push for justice and respect. 

It’s Time for Australia to Reckon With the Reality of Sexual Violence
February 26, 2021

It’s Time for Australia to Reckon With the Reality of Sexual Violence

By Grant Wyeth
A drastic cultural shift is required not only within the parliament, but throughout the entire country.

Should Australia Also Designate the Proud Boys a Terrorist Organization?
February 18, 2021

Should Australia Also Designate the Proud Boys a Terrorist Organization?

By Grant Wyeth
There has always been a considerable overlap between white supremacy and male supremacy, and male supremacy is a national security threat.
Chinese-Australian Reporter Accused of Sharing State Secrets by Beijing
February 09, 2021

Chinese-Australian Reporter Accused of Sharing State Secrets by Beijing

By Associated Press
Six months after she was first detained, Cheng Lei has been formally arrested.

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