Lost at Sea: Australia in the Turbulence of World Politics

Christian Reus-Smit, ‘Lost at Sea: Australia in the Turbulence of World Politics’, IR Working Paper 2002/04, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pac

Engaging the Neighbours: Australia and ASEAN since 1974

Frank Frost, Engaging the Neighbours: Australia and ASEAN since 1974, Canberra: ANU Press, 2016.

Australia, Climate Change and the Global South

Published in The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 100(415) 2011: 441-57.

The Alliance and Non-Traditional Security

Lorraine Elliott, ‘The Alliance and Non-Traditional Security’, Alliance 21 Program, Sydney: United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney, 2012.

Australian strategy has a TINA problem

In 1983 Bob Hawke and his new Treasurer Paul Keating came to office promising to resist radical changes to Australia’s economic system. Hawke’s election pitch had recognised the economy was in bad shape, but he wanted to solve its problems by doing the same things Labor always liked doing: emphasising cooperation and boosting public investment in infrastructure and industry.

Australia-Indonesia Cooperation on Asylum-Seekers: A Case of 'Incentivised Policy Transfer'

Published in Australian Journal of International Affairs, 68(2) 2014: 177-93.

Australia's Engagement with the UN on Environmental Issues: Benefits and Balance

Published in James Cotton and David Lee, eds, Australia and the United Nations, Sydney: Longueville Media, 2012, pp. 310-35.

Counter-terrorism expert Clive Williams fears terrorists could plant bomb on Australian-bound plane from South East Asia

As fears grow of another possible terrorist attack in Europe, security experts warn that Australians should be more worried about the risks closer to home.


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