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China Will Invite Syrian Government, Opposition for Peace Talks
December 22, 2015

China Will Invite Syrian Government, Opposition for Peace Talks

By Shannon Tiezzi
China appears ready to play a more active role in the Syrian peace process.
China's Role in the Syria Crisis, Revisited
September 28, 2015

China's Role in the Syria Crisis, Revisited

By David Volodzko
A look at history proves China's leading role in arming the Assad regime, thus contributing to today's civil war.

Australia to Bomb Syria?
August 27, 2015

Australia to Bomb Syria?

By Helen Clark
The prime minister is raring to go, despite the questionable wisdom of the move.

The Limitations of the Iran Deal
April 12, 2015

The Limitations of the Iran Deal

By Daniel R. DePetris
A nuclear agreement is great, but Tehran will continue to have an adversarial, hostile relationship with the West.

A Theoretical Case Against Australian ISIS Intervention
October 01, 2014

A Theoretical Case Against Australian ISIS Intervention

By Heath Pickering
Political theory offers little support for an Australian role in the latest Middle East intervention.
East Asia and America's War on the Caliphate
September 13, 2014

East Asia and America's War on the Caliphate

By Robert Dujarric
What implications will the war on the Islamic State have for U.S. power in the Asia-Pacific?

Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence
September 11, 2014

Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence

By Stefanie Kam and Robi Sugara
With ideology spreading via social media, authorities need to consider a ‘soft’ approach as well as traditional tactics.
Australia to Join International Forces in Iraq
September 02, 2014

Australia to Join International Forces in Iraq

By Kevin Placek
Tony Abbott announces that Australia will provide humanitarian aid and equipment.

Iran Didn’t Create ISIS; We Did
August 31, 2014

Iran Didn’t Create ISIS; We Did

By Ben Reynolds
Instead of shifting blame for ISIS's rise, the West and its allies should look in the mirror.

Australia’s Fight Against Islamic Extremists
August 22, 2014

Australia’s Fight Against Islamic Extremists

By Kevin Placek
The government is stepping up efforts to deal with both domestic threats and Australian extremists active abroad.

Kidnapped 'Mercenary' in Syria Poses Problem For Japan
August 20, 2014

Kidnapped 'Mercenary' in Syria Poses Problem For Japan

By Clint Richards
Haruna Yukawa’s involvement in illicit activities will complicate negotiations for his release.
Is a Silent India the Best India?
August 05, 2014

Is a Silent India the Best India?

By Arman Sidhu
India’s policy of non-interference will continue to serve it well in today’s volatile international climate.

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