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Category: Policy

The five-domains update

By Sunny Cao, Sarah O’Connor and James Rickard Sea state The Australian government has gifted a Guardian-class patrol boat, the RSIPV Gizo, to the Solomon Islands. It’s the fifth Guardian-class boat that Austal Australia...

Why conservatives should want to act on climate change

By Claire Young Extinction Rebellion protests calling for climate-change action can be annoying when they stop you in traffic or make idealistic but impracticable demands for policies that will keep the global temperature rise...

Why conservatives should want to act on climate change

By Claire Young Extinction Rebellion protests calling for climate-change action can be annoying when they stop you in traffic or make idealistic but impracticable demands for policies that will keep the global temperature rise...

Experts see Israel headed for confrontation with Iran

By Jack Norton Israel is on a collision course with Iran as it accelerates its nuclear development and increases its activities in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq, experts have warned. The potential for an escalation...

GDP isn’t everything

By David Uren The Economist recently contrasted the cold shoulder that Russian President Vladimir Putin received at the 2014 Brisbane G20 Summit in the wake of his annexation of Crimea, invasion of Ukraine and...

The month in women, peace and security: October 2019

By Sunny Cao, Sarah O’Connor and James Rickard Annual WPS stocktake On 29 October the UN Security Council adopted resolution 2493, reaffirming its commitment to the full and continuing implementation of all previous resolutions...

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