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Breathtaking but counterproductive: the South China Sea arbitration award

14 July 2016

Anthony Bergin wrote here on The Strategist that The Hague award in The Philippines v China arbitration case is a heavy defeat for Beijing. The award is breathtaking in its overwhelming support for...

USS Carl Vinson sailing through the South China Sea. Image from Flickr, courtesy of US Pacific Fleet.

Washington welcome as China flexes muscle in Southeast Asia’s waters

12 July 2016

America needs to deepen and sustain its strategic interests in Southeast Asia in response to a strong regional demand for a robust American presence, especially in light of China’s growing military,...

Russian president Vladimir Putin and Chinese president Xi Jinping. AFP. Aly Song

The Brexit effect on global security

29 June 2016

The ramifications of Britain’s vote to exit the European Union extend beyond turmoil in the financial markets to very serious and far-reaching effects on global security, writes John Blaxland...

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South China Sea: After the Hague ruling, what's next?

28 June 2016

Two scenarios are possible: China ignores the ruling and carries on as before. Or an irate Beijing escalates the tension in the region, calling Washington’s bluff. Any day now the Permanent...

UN Security Council. Image courtesy of Zack Lee on Flickr.

The South China Sea: next stop the UN Security Council?

30 May 2016

All the signs indicate that China is preparing to reject the anticipated adverse judgment of the Permanent Court of Arbitration on the South China Sea. The Philippines is arguing that China is acting...

Collins Class submarine in Sydney Harbour. Image from Flickr, courtesy of Royal Australian Navy.

Submarines: defence analysts say much to learn from Collins class submarines

27 April 2016

Thirty years after the Collins class ‘dud subs’ were built, and 20 years since they hit the water, defence analysts warn Australia should pay close attention while building their replacements and...

Japan says Australia's decision to go elsewhere for submarines 'deeply regrettable'. Image from Flickr, courtesy of Day Donaldson.says

‘Deeply regrettable’: Japan sidelined as Australia awards submarine contract to France

27 April 2016

France has beat competition from Germany and Japan to win a Aus$50 billion (US$39 billion) contract to design and build Australia’s next generation of submarines, in a decision Tokyo called ‘deeply...

If we strike a deal with Japan, we're buying more than submarines

15 March 2016

Asian power politics must be factored into any defence contract decisions, writes Hugh White.Many people in Canberra think we should partner with Japan to build our new submarines, whether or not...

China, Australia and the US rebalance?

China, Australia and the US rebalance?

8 March 2016

Australia enters China’s strategic landscape because of its role as a close military ally of the US. It’s seen by many inside China as the ‘southern anchor’ of America’s alliance system in the Asia–...

PLA soldiers pose with US marine. Photo from Flickr, courtesy of U.S. Army.

After the Defence White Paper, it's time we talked about war with China

8 March 2016

After the Defence White Paper, it's time we talked about war with China, writes Hugh White.Whether Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull intended it or not, his new Defence White Paper has been widely...

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