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Category: Policy

The Trump administration’s farewell to aims

By Carl Bildt Every now and then, a US political leader descends on Cairo to deliver an address outlining America’s policy objectives in the ever-challenging Middle East. In June 2005 the secretary of state,...

Missile Defense Review a Multi-Billion IOU to White House

By Paul McLeary PENTAGON: Military and civilian leaders at the Pentagon are portraying the new Missile Defense Review as a common-sense response to aggressive Chinese and Russian investments in new hypersonic weapons and faster,...

The vital isolation of indigenous groups

By Brahma Chellaney The remote, coral-fringed North Sentinel Island made headlines late last year, after an American Christian missionary’s covert expedition to convert its residents—the world’s last known pre-Neolithic tribal group—ended in his death....

Cyber 2019

By Anonymous Conference Securing the future: governance, protection and accountability 20 June 2019 – 9:00am to 21 June 2019 – 1:00pm Add to Calendar iCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House | 10 St James’s...

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 11

By ASPI staff In our first podcast for 2019, Marcus Hellyer and Malcolm Davis discuss China’s space ambitions and the progress of Australia’s naval shipbuilding program. Jack Norton catches up with Graeme Dobell to...

US could ask Australia to host nuclear missiles

By Hugh White What would we say if Washington asked to base nuclear-armed missiles, aimed at China, on Australian territory? It’s not an entirely hypothetical question. Amid all the talk of a new cold...

China’s perilous Taiwan policy

By Minxin Pei The unfolding geopolitical contest between China and the United States has been described by many as a new cold war. If it ever becomes a hot one, the flashpoint could be...

ScoMo’s historic Pacific visit

By Stephen Howes A visit by an Australian prime minister to a Pacific island country is a rare event. Such a visit, other than to attend a regional meeting or to Papua New Guinea,...

Pacific backpackers – why not?

By Stephen Howes Scott Morrison’s historic visit to Vanuatu and Fiji this week is a great opportunity for the leaders of both countries. Now that they have their big neighbour’s full attention, what should...

Quilliam Bulletin 16-01-2019

By Quilliam Admin Islam & The Future of Tolerance available in Arabic Read & Download: ‘Islam and the Future of Tolerance’ by Quilliam founder, Maajid Nawaz & Sam Harris available in Arabic (FREE). Translated...

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