Australia’s Enemies: Looking Where the Light Shines Brightest
By Greg Austin
Fighting People Smugglers: Lessons From Australia for Europe
By Greg Austin
Interservice Harmony and Australia’s Near Abroad
Canberra’s middle status simplifies life for Australia’s military in many ways. The US should take note.
Australia's Submarine Folly
Australia’s Defense White Paper 2013 seems to kill the idea of acquiring nuclear subs. That could be a mistake.
Anzac Day Underscores Changes Down Under
Demographic change and disillusionment with the Afghan War offer a new perspective on Anzac Day.
Australia's Security Challenge
A recent report only underscores why Australia has long been a tough place to understand when it comes to security.
Australia's Nuclear Sub Option
Australia is planning to build a new generation of submarines. The best option: lease America’s prized nuclear submarines.
Military Exercises: Policy by Other Means
Indonesia’s presence at a recent aerial war game is a welcome change. Still, Australia must do more to be inclusive.
Australia’s Japanese Sub Play
Australia has begun discussions concerning a new submarine class. Could a Japanese solution be the answer? Harry Kazianis explains.
How Australia Sees America (Pt II)
Washington Correspondent Eddie Walsh talks defense, diplomacy, and trade issues with Australia’s U.S. Ambassador.
Can Australian Military Do It All?
Australia’s armed forces are under pressure to do more than just fight. But how much else should they do?
How Australia Sees America
Australia is happy for a closer alliance with the U.S. But it will always be based on Canberra’s best interests.