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Category: Policy

Regulation in small island states

By Matthew Dornan Small island states have led the world in establishing ambitious renewable energy targets over the last decade. This has made the electricity sector a dynamic sector in small island economies, with...

Making sure we’re seen and heard across the sea

By Graeme Dobell Thirty years ago, a South Pacific radio chief hit me with the greatest jest-cum-compliment I ever received working for the ABC’s international service, Radio Australia. The joke about the role and...

ASPI suggests

By Jacqueline Westermann, Malcolm Davis and James Brorson The world Amid the fallout over the alleged murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, Middle East Eye has obtained gruesome details via a leaked...

Strange and stressful days for Oz foreign policy

By Graeme Dobell Seeing Australia’s foreign minister and their opposition counterpart arguing international affairs on the same stage is a rare thing. The federal parliament is the nation’s great clearinghouse for all arguments, but...

Exports critical for Australia’s defence industry

By Kate Louis The federal government’s defence export strategy, released in January 2018, is paving the way for a new era of success for the Australian defence industry. A key element of the strategy...

Bel Isi PNG: a world first

By Stephanie Copus-Campbell Can family and sexual violence (FSV) be more than the humanitarian concern that we know it to be? The answer is yes. In Papua New Guinea (PNG) FSV has been quantified...

Hard times in Australian strategic thinking

By Rod Lyon Australia has long been ‘the lucky country’—basking in endless beaches, summer barbecues, democratic government, and mineral wealth. It’s also been lucky in terms of its strategic policy, able to ride the...

Quilliam Bulletin 18-10-2018

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....

What’s the big deal about digital identity?

By Fergus Hanson Unless you’re an avid reader of federal budget statements, you probably missed the $92.4 million allocation in the 2018–19 Budget to build a digital identity scheme known as GovPass—the second one...

National security wrap

By Rebecca Moore, Aru Kok and Georgia Grice The beat Compromised cases The Massachusetts Supreme Court has dismissed thousands of drug convictions because of misconduct by a state chemist and two assistant attorneys-general. In...

The end of Scandinavian non-alignment

By Carl Bildt Having debarked from ports in western Sweden, military convoys from various NATO countries are crowding Swedish streets and prompting the police to issue traffic warnings. They are on their way to...

Fortnightly links: 26 October

By Sachini Muller and Terence Wood An interesting discussion paper from Gabriella Montinola and Sarah Prince provides evidence suggesting aid is better at improving infant mortality in countries where women are more empowered. The...

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