Australia

Dr John Blaxland warns against Australia sending troops into Syria

As France launched a second round of air strikes against Islamic State in Syria, one of Australia’s leading defence experts has warned against deploying Aussie troops on the ground.

Sea folly and US-China relations

After months of increasing concerns about China's land reclamation in the South China Sea, going back to at least May, the United States decision to conduct

We asked an expert why Australia has stopped bombing Syria

It was revealed earlier this week that Australian forces haven't flown a mission in Syria since the Russians arrived.

Turnbull: any implications for Indonesia?

William Maley and Awidya Santikajaya discuss what a new Australian PM means for Jakarta.

Has Australia ever had a humane asylum policy?

PhD scholar Carly Gordon on why Australian governments have always feared boat arrivals.

Reflections on East Timor

A new book on Australia’s involvement in East Timor offers a multitude of views on the 1999 intervention.

Friends and neighbours

A new publication discusses strengthening the Australia-Japan-US security relationship.

Australia-Indonesia relations: More than just management

Professor Hugh White discusses Australia’s turbulent relationship with Indonesia.

Countering Islamic State is a way to strengthen Australia-Indonesia relations

The one thing Indonesia and Australia can agree on.

Chinese expansion calls for firm challenge

Paul Dibb on Australia's right to take action on South China Sea dispute

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