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Category: Policy

Cracking the remittances confusopoly

By Andrew Leigh Okeny Secondo is a disability support worker in his early 30s who lives in Redbank Plains, a suburb of Ipswich. Born in Sudan, he fled to Uganda as a child, then...

Quilliam Bulletin 14-03-2019

By Quilliam Admin Executive Director Presents in Denmark COPENHAGEN – Quilliam International’s Executive Director, North America Dr Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, travelled to Copenhagen, Denmark as a guest of the US Embassy, and conducted lectures/presentations along...

Can ‘revisionists’ rule the world?

By Rod Lyon Judgements about the changing shape of the global order are the stuff of current international discourse. We face a world order in transition. Our current order, built in the age of...

National security wrap

By Genevieve Feely, Rhys De Wilde, Mali Walker and Luke Courtois The beat Composition of Northern Irish police force a threat to peace? Journalist Susan McKay writes that a crisis is brewing in the...

Counterterrorism yearbook 2019: Western Europe

By Sofia Koller In 2018, jihadism remained the major security concern across Western Europe. At least 10,800 people in Germany and around 20,000 in each of France and the UK were considered radical or...

Predicting the 2019 Solomon Islands elections

By Terence Wood Elections are coming to Solomon Islands. Predictions are never easy in politics but here’s what I think the elections will bring (coupled with my degree of confidence in brackets, ranging from...

Lightnings over Delamere

By Malcolm Davis One of Australia’s greatest but least known military assets is the Delamere weapons range in the Northern Territory. It’s a large range located around 120 kilometres south of Katherine and RAAF...

Budget 2020: A CR, Sequestration And Some Compromises?

By Mackenzie Eaglen The White House defense budget for 2020 falls short of commitments made and actual requirements to meet the military’s strategy, but it begins to shift priorities and start the long process...

Germany takes the middle way on Huawei—for now

By Isabel Skierka For months, European governments have been debating whether to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to participate in building their 5G mobile networks. Caught between their two largest trading partners, the United...

Policy, Guns and Money: Avalon Airshow special

By ASPI staff This special edition of Policy, Guns and Money is brought to you from the Avalon Airshow. Avalon is the biggest airshow in the southern hemisphere and is a chance for major...

The Strategist Six: Gideon Rachman

By The Editors Welcome to The Strategist Six, a feature that provides a glimpse into the thinking of prominent academics, government officials, military officers, reporters and interesting individuals from around the world. British Prime...

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