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Ending our China policy fictions

By Michael Shoebridge Further graphic revelations have emerged about how the Chinese state under General Secretary Xi Jinping is using its power against its own people and in the world in ways that are...

The five-domains update

By Sunny Cao, Sarah O’Connor and James Rickard Sea state The European Union has announced 13 new projects to be funded under its Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) initiative. Two focus on naval defence: the...

The coming nuclear crises

By Richard N. Haass Until just a few years ago, it looked as if the problem posed by nuclear weapons had been successfully managed, if not solved. American and Russian nuclear stockpiles had been...

Australia and the Goldilocks bomber

By Marcus Hellyer In my previous post, I examined whether the B-21 bomber being developed by the US Air Force could be a viable long-range strike option for Australia. It would provide our air...

Megaprojects before people in Oecussi

By Michael Rose In June 2014, a breathless headline on the MacauHub website announced a momentous event in the long and storied history of Timor-Leste’s remotest district. ‘Development of Oecussi enclave, Timor-Leste, begins in...

Quilliam Winter Gala 2019

By Quilliam Admin Quilliam International would like to invite you to its Winter Gala Our government is punishing innocent British orphans and young British children in Syria for the crimes of their parents. This...

Cybersecurity is a national priority for Australia

By Peter Dutton Australia’s cybersecurity has never been more important to our economic prosperity and national security. At the same time, there are more cyber criminals and they are better resourced, and state actors...

Reviewing the Department of Defence (part 1)

By Graeme Dobell Australia’s Defence Department is a big beast that’s hard to ride, much less steer. The complexities of kit, costs and strategy have made it the most inquiry-prone animal in Canberra—50 reviews...

بيلينكات: نوع “أقلّ فتكاً” من قناني الغاز المسيل للدموع يقتل المتظاهرين في العراق

By Nick Waters يحتوي هذا التقرير صوراً وبيانات تظهر بوضوح الإصابات والوفيات. “قُتل عددٌ من المتظاهرين في العراق بعد إصابتهم بطلقٍ من عيار 40 مليمتراً يعتبر “أقل فتكاً. يشهد العراق منذ أسابيع اضطرابات كبيرة...

ASPI suggests

By James Brorson, Malcolm Davis and Genevieve Feely The world Bushfires continued to devastate the east coast of Australia this week; four deaths have been recorded so far and more than 250 homes have...

Ice, ice baby—you’d better stop and listen

By John Coyne When the Australian law enforcement community continues to regularly break drug seizure records, it’s easy to assume that the supply of illicit drugs is being curtailed. Alarmingly, that’s not happening, and...

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