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Australia, Philippines Agree to Upgrade Bilateral Relationship

Australia, Philippines Agree to Upgrade Bilateral Relationship

By Sebastian Strangio
As with U.S.-Philippine ties, relations between Canberra and Manila have advanced rapidly since President Rodrigo Duterte left office.

Why Australia and Vietnam Should Create a Visa Exemption Program

Why Australia and Vietnam Should Create a Visa Exemption Program

By Hai Hong Nguyen
The move would help advance several core areas of cooperation in the burgeoning bilateral relationship.
Why Has Australia Suddenly Gone Quiet on Myanmar?

Why Has Australia Suddenly Gone Quiet on Myanmar?

By Julian Neuweiler
In recent months, the Albanese government has been selective about where, when, and how it raises the country's troubles.

The Importance of Augmenting AUKUS

The Importance of Augmenting AUKUS

By Melissa Conley Tyler and Grant Wyeth
Australia needs all the tools of statecraft it can muster, especially diplomacy.

Australia-China Relations: The Outlook for 2023

Australia-China Relations: The Outlook for 2023

By Corey Lee Bell and Elena Collinson
Despite the current détente, five major issues may place further strain on the Australia-China relationship next year.

Australia’s Foreign Minister Heads to China in Latest Sign of a Thaw

Australia’s Foreign Minister Heads to China in Latest Sign of a Thaw

By Associated Press
Minister Penny Wong's trip is raising hopes for progress on issues ranging from trade restrictions to detained Australians.

Ample Opportunities to Level Up Australia-Vietnam Relations

Ample Opportunities to Level Up Australia-Vietnam Relations

By Huynh Tam Sang and Pham Do An
With the election of a new Australian government, the chance to elevate ties between Hanoi and Canberra to the level of a comprehensive strategic partnership is within reach.
Australian FM Embarks on Trip to Vietnam, Malaysia

Australian FM Embarks on Trip to Vietnam, Malaysia

By Sebastian Strangio
Penny Wong's trip is her second to Southeast Asia in the month since she took up the foreign affairs portfolio.

China’s Pacific Push Is Already Remaking the Region

China’s Pacific Push Is Already Remaking the Region

By Patricia O’Brien
After a whirlwind of visits and agreements, where does the Pacific region stand?

The Big Problem With Labor’s ‘Plan to Build a Stronger Pacific Family’

The Big Problem With Labor’s ‘Plan to Build a Stronger Pacific Family’

By Corey Lee Bell
The Pacific Islands are not interested in being Australia’s – or China’s – “little brothers.”

China and Australia’s Dueling Pacific Tours Make Final Stops

China and Australia’s Dueling Pacific Tours Make Final Stops

By Gantry Meilana and Nick Perry
The foreign ministers of Australia and China were both making their final stops Friday on what has become an island-hopping diplomatic duel in the South Pacific.
Australian Prime Minister Albanese Confirms Trip to Indonesia Next Week

Australian Prime Minister Albanese Confirms Trip to Indonesia Next Week

By Sebastian Strangio
The trip will be the first by an Australian leader since Scott Morrison attended President Joko Widodo's inauguration in late 2019.

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