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Operating left of launch

By Ewen Levick Three weeks before Christmas 2001, the energy company Enron went bust. It was the largest bankruptcy in American history. In 2002, Malcolm Gladwell told the story of what went wrong: on...

Australian aid in top ten for aid quality

By Sachini Muller and Terence Wood The recently-released 2018 Commitment to Development Index ranks some of the world’s richest countries by their dedication to policies that benefit people living in poorer nations. The index...

Getting from megatons to kilotons

By Christopher Cowan In a recent Strategist piece on the utility of nuclear weapons, Andrew Davies argued that an international treaty banning thermonuclear weapons and limiting yields to the kiloton range could allow nuclear...

PNG’s nine-fold increase in malaria infections

By Stephen Howes A recent report from the PNG Institute of Medical Research (IMR) shows almost a nine-fold increase in the number of cases of malaria in PNG between 2014 and 2017. The key...

An angel coalition to save the world

By Graeme Dobell Australia keeps getting listed among the nations that should form an angel coalition to the save the world as we know it. Or, perhaps, the world as we used to know...

Quilliam Bulletin 05-10-2018

By Quilliam Admin Invitation to Quilliam’s Winter Gala 2018 Quilliam International would like to invite you to its Winter Gala in support of Muslims and Jews standing together against Anti-Semitism and Anti-Muslim hatred #Solidarity....

ASPI suggests

By Jacqueline Westermann, Malcolm Davis and James Brorson The world In the US, all eyes were on the hearings on sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The BBC provides a quick...

China, Japan and Trump’s America

By Joseph S. Nye The key strategic issue in East Asia is the rise of Chinese power. Some analysts believe that China will seek a form of hegemony in East Asia that will lead...

Pence, DoD Rolling Out Harder Line on China, Russia

By Paul McLeary The Vice President joined Mattis, the Centcom chief, and Trump’s NATO Ambassador in slamming Russian and Chinese moves. The push comes just before a major White House report takes even more...

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