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What the end of Chimerica means for Europe

By Mark Leonard The escalating rivalry between China and the United States is ushering in a bipolar world. While the past few decades have been defined mostly by cooperation among the world’s leading powers,...

Pressure builds on Huawei (part 1)

By Rick Umback A global struggle over the future of communications is underway. It is centred on Huawei, China’s ‘national champion’ in communications, and notably its leading role in the emerging technology of 5G....

Why Australian aid should prioritise children

By Mercy Jumo Nearly thirty years ago, on 20 November 1989, world leaders gathered at the United Nations to make a stand for children by signing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of...

The five-domains update

By Rhys De Wilde, Luke Courtois, Mali Walker and Genevieve Feely Sea state Japan will increase its involvement in Exercise Talisman Sabre, which begins this month, as the country aims to strengthen its presence...

The five-domains update

By Rhys De Wilde, Luke Courtois, Mali Walker and Genevieve Feely Sea state Japan will increase its involvement in Exercise Talisman Sabre, which begins this month, as the country aims to strengthen its presence...

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