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Australia’s one step forward, two steps back in the Pacific

Australia’s national interest in maintaining or enhancing its influence in the Pacific Islands is best served by policies that also serve the national interests of Pacific Island states, writes Joanne Wallis.

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Seasonal Worker Program
Shinzo Abe

Japan’s strategic choice at the Osaka G20

The world will be watching Osaka next week for what is shaping up to be the most important G20 summit since the leaders convened to coordinate a response to the global financial crisis. The G20 has been less effective during ‘peace’ times but make no mistake, the global trading system is now in crisis.

The question of global leadership: anemocracy or finding new collective authority

Many now believe that the aggressive strategic competition that has emerged so suddenly between the United States and China is driving the global order towards a new bipolarity.

Shangri-La Dialogue

An ideal Indo-Pacific, re-interpreting history and a distinct lack of trust

Shangri-La Dialogue 2019: trust is built through actions, not words

A policy wish list

An expert panel suggest a progressive policy platform for Australia’s new government

Peter O’Neill’s eight years as PNG’s Prime Minister

Stephen Howes assesses domestic policy under Peter O'Neill

National Security Podcast: The Quad pod

On this National Security Podcast we take a look at the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, as well as at the nature of the relationships between the countries involved.

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