United States

Debating the Quad

In this Centre of Gravity paper, six of Australia’s leading scholars and policy experts debate Australian participation in the ‘Australia-India-Japan-United States consultations on the Indo-Pacific

Chinese Thinking on the South China Sea and the Future of Regional Security

Feng Zhang, ‘Chinese Thinking on the South China Sea and the Future of Regional Security’, Political Science Quarterly, 132(3) 2017: 435-66.

DP2017/7 Getting In: College Choice for Pacific Islander High School Football Players

Pacific Islander (PI) communities are underrepresented in US higher education, and hold bachelor’s degrees at rates lower than the national rate (US Census 2012).

Time for a shield wall?

Turning to a ballistic missile defence system as a way of protecting Australia from a North Korean attack is a bad idea that should never get off the ground, Benjamin Zala writes.

Trump is not serious about dealing with North Korea

Hugh White writes about why he thinks the war on the Korean Peninsula is very unlikely.

A global role smashed by US voters

Now we know. For 20 years Australians have been happy to assume that America had the strength and resolve to remain the world's leading power. In particular, our leaders have assured us that we can rely on America's power and judgment to manage China's rise, to keep Asia stable and Australia safe. But now we know that America is not the country we thought it was.

What’s wrong with the United States’ Southeast Asian allies?

What’s wrong with the United States’ Southeast Asian allies?

Australia's China choice?

Professor Hugh White speaks about Australia's relationships with China and the US.

Bringing Legitimacy Back in to Neo-Weberian State Theory and International Relations

Leonard Seabrooke, ‘Bringing Legitimacy Back in to Neo-Weberian State Theory and International Relations’, IR Working Paper 2002/6, Canberra: Department of International Relations,

Hegemony, Not Anarchy: Why China and Japan Are Not Balancing US Unipolar Power

Peter Van Ness, ‘Hegemony, Not Anarchy: Why China and Japan Are Not Balancing US Unipolar Power’, IR Working Paper 2001/04, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Researc

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