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Regional roundup spotlights Australia’s key relationships

Speaking at the Australian National University’s annual Australia 360 event last Tuesday, a panel of academics broke down Australia’s key regional relationships, starting in Southeast Asia.

Global Learning Program

Have a look at the wide range of overseas study experiences and internships offered by the Bell School.

Emerging U.S. Security Partnerships in Southeast Asia

The Centre for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) recently hosted a panel discussion in Washington DC

Kashmir Conflict: A Critical Analysis

Saifuddin Ahmed and Anurug Chakma, ‘Kashmir Conflict: A Critical Analysis’, Society & Change, 6(3) 2012: 20-36.

Australia's American Alliance: Towards a New Era?

This book is specifically designed as a companion volume to Australia’s Defence: Towards a New Era?

Inside the Wilderness of Mirrors: Australia and the threat from the Soviet Union in the Cold War and Russia today

Throughout the Cold War Paul Dibb worked with the highest levels of Australian and American intelligence, and was one of very few Australian officials to be given the top-secret security clearance

Thai Military Power

At the centre of the vital Asia–Pacific region, Thailand is important. But, despite its large population and powerful military forces performing significant roles in state and society, Thailand has little military power.

Why is this?

Influences and Echoes of Indonesia in Timor-Leste

Since 1999, when a United Nations (UN) transitional administration was established in the wake of the East Timorese vote for independence from Indonesia, the case of Timor-Leste has been a

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