This week in Australian foreign affairs: passing of PNG Deputy PM Sam Basil, further sanctions on Russian and Belarusian ...
With the recent acquisition of Twitter, potentially harmful content may be allowed back on the platform. Is ensuring freedom ...
With the Australian federal election campaign in its final week, China policy remains a focal issue. This is amplified by the ...
India’s refusal to project regional influence leaves others to carry its burden and may signal trouble ahead. Understanding ...
Recent global events have plastered Australia’s foreign policy on the front page of newspapers. Young Australian voters ...
AIIA China Matters Fellow Yun Jiang delivered her “Rethinking China” lecture on 5 May to a packed house at PwC Australia.
COVID-19 resulted in a science-led, whole-of-government response from many nations around the world. With climate change ...
With unceasing brutality by the junta, and an increasingly engaged China and India, deferring to languishing ASEAN efforts has proved ineffective to support conflict transformation in Myanmar.
A comprehensive and coherent package of investment aimed at “like-minded” partners is needed to rebuild prosperity and ...
Since the Battle of the Coral Sea, the Pacific islands have been free of great power war. The unwelcome reality of strategic ...
Observers in Australia and elsewhere have covered Sri Lanka’s ongoing protests and accurately teased out the nuances of the situation. However, many underestimate how technology played a key role in ...