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Australia to Host Indo-Pacific Tech Summit in 2021
December 24, 2020

Australia to Host Indo-Pacific Tech Summit in 2021

By Abhijnan Rej
The inaugural edition of the Sydney Dialogue, to be held virtually in the second half of 2021, will have India as a core focus.

Australia and India Economic Relations: The Stars Have Aligned
December 22, 2020

Australia and India Economic Relations: The Stars Have Aligned

By Natasha Jha Bhaskar
India recently released an Australia Economic Strategy; Australian businesses must seize this opportunity.
Can Australian Media Find the Right Balance?
December 21, 2020

Can Australian Media Find the Right Balance?

By Grant Wyeth
Media outlets can easily get drawn into a game of creating “false balance” between warring political tribes.?

Pacific Island Nations Wary of Chinese Fishing Fleets
December 18, 2020

Pacific Island Nations Wary of Chinese Fishing Fleets

By Joshua Mcdonald
Pacific Island leaders have become increasingly concerned about the threat posed by global fishing fleets, namely China’s.

The Case for Australia Keeping Victoria’s Belt and Road Deal
December 18, 2020

The Case for Australia Keeping Victoria’s Belt and Road Deal

By Yuan Jiang
Prime Minister Morrison now has the power to quash the state's MoU with China. He should hold off, at least for now.

To Deepen Relations With India, Australia Should ‘Step Up’ in South Asia
December 12, 2020

To Deepen Relations With India, Australia Should ‘Step Up’ in South Asia

By Henry Storey
Canberra can help deepen relations with New Delhi by putting more effort into its relations with other South Asia states.

China-Funded PNG Fishery Project Brings New Challenges for Australia
December 12, 2020

China-Funded PNG Fishery Project Brings New Challenges for Australia

By Philip Citowicki
With the latest MoU, Papua New Guinea continues to be at the center of a tug-of-war between China and Australia.
Why Can’t Australia Just Trust the Market on Climate Change?
December 09, 2020

Why Can’t Australia Just Trust the Market on Climate Change?

By Grant Wyeth
Renewable energy technologies have become better and cheaper, but Australia’s politics haven’t embraced the energy market’s transition.

Report Finds Lapses Ahead of 2019 New Zealand Mosque Attack
December 09, 2020

Report Finds Lapses Ahead of 2019 New Zealand Mosque Attack

By Associated Press
Although the report identifies lapses, it concludes that there was no plausible way the gunman’s plans could have been detected "except by chance."?

Solving Australian Universities’ China Conundrum
December 08, 2020

Solving Australian Universities’ China Conundrum

By Robert Potter
How can Australia's higher education remain relevant to policy debates and counter Chinese government influence, all without severing crucial ties?

Fiji Attorney General Under Investigation
December 07, 2020

Fiji Attorney General Under Investigation

By Joshua Mcdonald
Fiji Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum is being investigated in connection with two bombings in Fiji in the 1980s.
Australian Parliamentary Committee Recommends Global Magnitsky Type Legislation
December 07, 2020

Australian Parliamentary Committee Recommends Global Magnitsky Type Legislation

By Abhijnan Rej
The legislation, expected to be introduced in the parliament next year, will be a significant addition to Canberra’s legal toolkit as it pushes Beijing back.

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