8 US Marines Remain in Hospital After Fiery Aircraft Crash Killed 3 During Drills in Australia
By Rod McGuirk
The Osprey that crashed was one of two that flew from Darwin to Melville on Sunday as part of Exercise Predators Run.
Australia’s Growing Defense Focus on the Northern Territory
By John Garrick and Michael Hatherell
As Australia’s military ties with the U.S. deepen, the Top End becomes even more vital to Australian security.
B-1 ‘Misspeak’ Highlights Australia’s China-US Balancing Problem
By Helen Clark
The U.S. walks back a bomber basing announcement, but it still underscores Australia’s tricky diplomatic position.
US May Base Warships in Australia
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Washington is eying ways to expand its military presence there.
Australia’s ‘Dangerous Allies’
By Jared McKinney
A new book by former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser hopes to send Australia a wake-up call.
When Abbott Met Obama
By Jarni Blakkarly
In a White House meeting, the two leaders agree to expand US-Australia military cooperation.
Australia’s US-China Balancing Act
By Shannon Tiezzi
Australia's ability to walk a geopolitical tightrope was on display during Abbott's visit to DC.
Bases for America’s Asia-Pacific Rebalance
By Carnes Lord and Andrew S. Erickson
Part one of a two-part series evaluating the evolving network of US bases in the Asia-Pacific.