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Australia Begins Flights Over Syria
September 14, 2015

Australia Begins Flights Over Syria

By Helen Clark
Will incoming PM Malcolm Turnbull continue Tony Abbott’s gung-ho policy on Syria?
Australia’s Pending Defense White Paper
August 12, 2015

Australia’s Pending Defense White Paper

By Helen Clark
Subs, shipbuilding, terrorism and the South China Sea…the next White Paper will make for interesting reading.

Australia and Indonesia: Business as Usual?
August 10, 2015

Australia and Indonesia: Business as Usual?

By Helen Clark
The freeze that followed the Bali 9 executions appears to be thawing.

Australia: Kinder, Gentler Counterterrorism?
June 17, 2015

Australia: Kinder, Gentler Counterterrorism?

By Helen Clark
The Countering Violent Extremism Summit offers a contrast to government rhetoric on terrorism.

Australia-Japan Talk Closer Military Ties at Pacific Meeting
May 25, 2015

Australia-Japan Talk Closer Military Ties at Pacific Meeting

By Helen Clark
The two countries plan to facilitate joint military exercises.
Budgets, Diplomacy and Australia’s Foreign Aid
May 24, 2015

Budgets, Diplomacy and Australia’s Foreign Aid

By Elliot Brennan
Australian diplomacy is going through an “unsettled period.”

Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
April 29, 2015

Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia

By Helen Clark
Diplomatic blowback begins following the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran
Australia and Iran to Cooperate in Fight Against ISIS
April 27, 2015

Australia and Iran to Cooperate in Fight Against ISIS

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Canberra and Tehran move closer in the fight against Sunni extremism.

Julie Bishop in Iran
April 22, 2015

Julie Bishop in Iran

By Helen Clark
The Australian foreign minister covers a lot of ground during a brief visit to Tehran.

Australia, MIKTA and the Middle Power Question
April 20, 2015

Australia, MIKTA and the Middle Power Question

By Helen Clark
A seemingly semantic debate is revealing of Australia’s international ambitions and its place in the world.

So Is Australia Cutting Its Aid Budget Again?
March 26, 2015

So Is Australia Cutting Its Aid Budget Again?

By Helen Clark
It appears Australia’s aid budget will remain as it is, or at least no more “slashed” than it already is.
Australians Attempt Bali Boycott
February 19, 2015

Australians Attempt Bali Boycott

By Helen Clark
With two Australians facing execution in Indonesia, a call has been made to boycott a popular tourist destination.

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