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Australia’s Growing Ties With Northeast Asia
January 01, 2022

Australia’s Growing Ties With Northeast Asia

By Grant Wyeth
It is at the intersection of commercial and hard-security interests that Australia’s relationships with Japan and South Korea are finding their increasing health.

Australia Disappoints at COP26
November 17, 2021

Australia Disappoints at COP26

By Joshua Mcdonald
Australian leaders appear thankful that the global commitments at COP26 weren’t more ambitious.
Australia’s New Electric Vehicle Policy or Morrison’s Biggest Backflip?
November 12, 2021

Australia’s New Electric Vehicle Policy or Morrison’s Biggest Backflip?

By Joshua Mcdonald
Some accused the Australian prime minister of lying as his 2022 campaign unofficially kicked off with a massive backflip on electric vehicle policies.

Australia’s Climate Pledge: ‘Inaction, Misdirection, and Avoiding Choices’
November 02, 2021

Australia’s Climate Pledge: ‘Inaction, Misdirection, and Avoiding Choices’

By Joshua Mcdonald
Australia’s 2050 net zero pledge comes without specifics, relying on technology that hasn’t been invented yet and absent a 2030 emissions-reduction target.

Australia’s PM Denies He Lied to France’s Macron Over Sub Deal
November 02, 2021

Australia’s PM Denies He Lied to France’s Macron Over Sub Deal

By Rod McGuirk
Deputy Prime Minister Joyce chimed in as well: “We didn’t deface Eiffel Tower... We got out of that contract.”

Australian PM, Diplomats Seek to Allay Southeast Asian AUKUS Fears
September 21, 2021

Australian PM, Diplomats Seek to Allay Southeast Asian AUKUS Fears

By Sebastian Strangio
Canberra has stated that the new partnership "is not a defense alliance or pact" and that it will continue to support nuclear non-proliferation.

David Brophy on the Alternative to Australia’s ‘China Panic’
June 22, 2021

David Brophy on the Alternative to Australia’s ‘China Panic’

By Sebastian Strangio
"Today, hawkish foreign policies and domestic racism certainly exist in a dangerous symbiosis."
Singapore’s Lee Advises Australia to Engage With China
June 11, 2021

Singapore’s Lee Advises Australia to Engage With China

By Sebastian Strangio
The past year has seen a chill descend over relations between Canberra and Beijing.

Australia’s Message to Its Expats: You’re On Your Own
May 03, 2021

Australia’s Message to Its Expats: You’re On Your Own

By Edward Cavanough
Despite holding Australian citizenship, expatriates have been all but abandoned by their government.

The ‘Quad’ Summit: Delivering Value in the Indo-Pacific
March 17, 2021

The ‘Quad’ Summit: Delivering Value in the Indo-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
The meeting of the leaders of the four countries marks an important milestone in the development of the ‘Quad’ as a regional mechanism.

What Can Australia do About China? Ask Indonesia and Japan 
December 08, 2020

What Can Australia do About China? Ask Indonesia and Japan 

By Ross B. Taylor
Canberra can learn from its neighbors about how to handle the challenges posed by Beijing's waxing power.
Australia, Japan to Bolster Defense Ties Amid China’s Rise
November 18, 2020

Australia, Japan to Bolster Defense Ties Amid China’s Rise

By Associated Press
The two nations share dovetailing concerns about Beijing's growing assertiveness in the South and East China Seas.

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