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The Evolving Australia-Indonesia Relationship Amid Election Season
April 19, 2019

The Evolving Australia-Indonesia Relationship Amid Election Season

By Grant Wyeth
With Jokowi likely scoring another term in Indonesia, the bilateral relationship’s direction balances on Australia’s pending polls.

The F-35B and Australia’s Canberra-class: Still a Chance?
February 14, 2019

The F-35B and Australia’s Canberra-class: Still a Chance?

By Robert Farley
Does the F-35B still have a fighting chance to make it onto Australia’s Canberra-class warships?
Australia's Pacific Step-Up: More Than Just Talk
February 08, 2019

Australia's Pacific Step-Up: More Than Just Talk

By Grant Wyeth
Australia's Pacific outreach is picking up steam.

Why Australia's New Government Won't Change Course on China
September 11, 2018

Why Australia's New Government Won't Change Course on China

By Elena Collinson
The new government isn’t likely to change course on its predecessor's efforts to lower the temperature in Australia-China relations.

What's Causing the Slow Breakdown in US-North Korea Talks?
August 30, 2018

What's Causing the Slow Breakdown in US-North Korea Talks?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The United States and North Korea are at an impasse, two months after the Singapore summit between Trump and Kim.

India, Australia Hold First Two-Plus-Two Foreign and Defense Secretaries Meeting
December 13, 2017

India, Australia Hold First Two-Plus-Two Foreign and Defense Secretaries Meeting

By Ankit Panda
The meeting signals continuing convergence between New Delhi and Canberra.

Oceania’s Place in Australia’s New Foreign Policy White Paper
December 01, 2017

Oceania’s Place in Australia’s New Foreign Policy White Paper

By Grant Wyeth
Importantly, the paper dedicated a chapter to Australia’s role within the Pacific.
Take Note: Asia's 'Quad' Is Back
November 10, 2017

Take Note: Asia's 'Quad' Is Back

By Harsh V. Pant
Cooperation between the United States, Japan, Australia, and India is here to stay.

A Stronger Australia in Southeast Asia?
October 09, 2017

A Stronger Australia in Southeast Asia?

By Luke Hunt
Concerning regional developments have put Canberra’s role in the spotlight.

Is It Time Australia Pursued An ‘Independent’ Foreign Policy?
September 12, 2017

Is It Time Australia Pursued An ‘Independent’ Foreign Policy?

By Anthony Dodd
If Asia’s future is to be led by China, Australia may need to balance out its U.S.-centric foreign policy.

Where Do Australia-China Ties Go in the Trump Era?
February 09, 2017

Where Do Australia-China Ties Go in the Trump Era?

By Grant Wyeth
Wang Yi's trip to Australia shows ever-closer ties between the two countries.
South Asian Strategic Stability and Pakistan's Babur-3 Submarine-Launched Cruise Missile
January 14, 2017

South Asian Strategic Stability and Pakistan's Babur-3 Submarine-Launched Cruise Missile

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Will Pakistan's new submarine-launched cruise missile bolster or harm strategic stability?

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