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Why Did Turnbull Decide Against Endorsing Rudd for UN Secretary General?
August 01, 2016

Why Did Turnbull Decide Against Endorsing Rudd for UN Secretary General?

By Grant Wyeth
Australia’s two major parties have usually demonstrated a solid bipartisan approach to international forums. No more.

Kevin Rudd Loses UN Bid Early
August 01, 2016

Kevin Rudd Loses UN Bid Early

By Helen Clark
Australia’s PM Malcolm Turnbull has refused to endorse him.
Interview: Kevin Rudd
February 18, 2016

Interview: Kevin Rudd

By Maurits Elen
The former Australian prime minister on China's rise, U.S.-China relations, and Australia's role in the Asia-Pacific.

Kevin Rudd and the UN Secretary General Role
February 07, 2016

Kevin Rudd and the UN Secretary General Role

By Helen Clark
Could the former Australian prime minister take the top job at the United Nations?

Malcolm Turnbull Defeats Tony Abbott in Leadership Spill
September 15, 2015

Malcolm Turnbull Defeats Tony Abbott in Leadership Spill

By Helen Clark
And another first-term prime minister is ousted in Australia.

Is India's APEC Membership on the Table at this Year's Summit?
September 08, 2015

Is India's APEC Membership on the Table at this Year's Summit?

By Ankit Panda
India's decades-old ambition for APEC membership may be more plausible today than ever.

The Debate on U.S.-China Relations: Make Room, Make Way, or Make Hay
May 23, 2015

The Debate on U.S.-China Relations: Make Room, Make Way, or Make Hay

By Elizabeth Economy
Three recent papers attempt to look at the next stage of the world's most important relationship.
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.

Sun Tzu and the Art of Soft Power?
March 31, 2015

Sun Tzu and the Art of Soft Power?

By Leon Whyte
China (and others) are increasingly referencing Sun Tzu as a source of soft power.

Interview: Kevin Rudd
February 26, 2015

Interview: Kevin Rudd

By James Bowen
"China is such a large part of the global reality. For me it’s axiomatic that people understand China’s worldview."

Australia May Not Join New Asian Bank After All
November 12, 2014

Australia May Not Join New Asian Bank After All

By Helen Clark
Strategic conflicts prompt Canberra to pull out of the Chinese initiative.
Tony Abbott: The Unlikely Globalist?
October 07, 2014

Tony Abbott: The Unlikely Globalist?

By Michael Sheldrick and Akram Azimi
The prime minister’s foreign policy approach has evolved markedly over the past year. But is it meaningful?

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