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What will President Trump do for Australia and ANZUS?

9 November 2016

Since the Second World War Australia’s defence strategy has been based on its relationship with the US, and the implied promise that in the event of Australia being attacked, the US would come...

Businessman Trump or bureaucrat Hillary- Who does Asia prefer?

9 November 2016

US foreign policy goals in the five years since the “pivot to Asia” was introduced have been mired by China’s irritation at the US’ assertive stancein the South China Sea, the stalled Trans...

Trump is deeply disliked in Indonesia because of his anti-Muslim rhetoric

8 November 2016

Just 10 per cent of 500 Indonesians polled in the survey commissioned by the South China Morning Post said they wanted Trump to win the election – a stark contrast from the popularity incumbent...

Indonesian President Joko Widodo a target over governor's alleged blasphemy

8 November 2016

The president was sufficiently spooked by the volatility in the nation’s sprawling capital to postpone his state visit to Australia, blaming unnamed “political actors” who he said hijacked the...

US election: Donald Trump presidency is cause for real security concern

8 November 2016

In my view, Australia should be concerned, very concerned, about a Trump victory. And here’s why. If Trump wins the presidency there could be serious conse­quences for our crucial alliance...

Protests in Indonesia

7 November 2016

Michael McLaren speaks to Associate Professor Greg Fealy from the Department of Political and Social Change at ANU about the weekend protests in Indonesia and whether hardline Islamists are...

Professor Des Ball: The insurgent intellecutal

7 November 2016

For Des, scholarly effort was a profoundly social activity. Across his career he accumulated a remarkable circle of friends, collaborators, admirers and critics, and, yes, a few enemies too. With...

Joko Widodo's Australia trip may be rescheduled for this month

7 November 2016

The President’s trip had been billed as the high point of a turnaround in ties — 19 months after Australia recalled its ambassador over the executions of Bali Nine leaders Andrew Chan and Myuran...

Trump or Clinton: How will the US Election affect Australia?

7 November 2016

Tim Shaw speaks to Bates Gill, Professor of Asia-Pacific Strategic Studies at the ANU, about this week’s US election and the implications for Australia and the Asia-Pacific. Listen to the full...

Indonesian President Joko Widodo

Jokowi's visit a high point in Australian relations

5 November 2016

Expectations are high for the reciprocal visit 12 months after Mr Turnbull flew to Jakarta for a trip now widely recognised as having helped overcome a deeply troubled period in relations following...

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