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HMAS Brisbane cruising with USN destroyer John S. McCain.

Principle of self-reliance more important now than it has ever been

24 November 2015

Relying on our allies to keep us safe is unwise, so Marise Payne's white paper needs to set out a plan to bolster our own defences.Read Principle of self-reliance more important now than it has...

Going west

17 November 2015

A roadside lake on the Karakoram HighwayAt the end of my two-month summer break traversing China collecting new accents, I spent time travelling solo in Xinjiang. From the warm and welcoming oasis of...

Shinzo Abe and Xi Jingping meet.

Scenario of China's Fault II

15 November 2015

In recent weeks there has been a palpable shift in the tenor of China-Japan relations. On November 1, Premier Li Keqiang and Prime Minister Abe Shinzo met in Seoul as part of the China-Japan-Korea (...

Tapping in

12 November 2015

Some countries in Southeast Asia have economically benefitted from the emergence and proliferation of production networks, but for others there’s still work to do, writes Buavanh Vilavong....

The people met travelling

6 November 2015

For me, travel has always been about the people more than the places. During my summer break, I travelled around China for five weeks. I saw everything from snow-capped mountains, glittering...

Malcolm Turnbull speaking at the United States Studies Centre.

Will a Turnbull government mean a new foreign policy for Australia?

3 November 2015

There has been speculation that Australia’s recent change in prime minister from Tony Abbott to Malcolm Turnbull will mean a shift in Australia’s choice of partners in Asia. The change does not mean...

Shinzo Abe at a roundtable.

Why Abe-Park summit matters to rest of Asia

3 November 2015

While differences over whether Japan has adequately atoned for its imperial history remain, the meeting between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Park Geun Hye yesterday...

NEW Graduate Diploma of International Affairs

30 October 2015

Graduate Diploma of International Affairs Looking to advance your professional career? The Graduate Diploma of International Affairs (GDIA) provides you with a unique opportunity to study across a...

Delegates from Mexico, Indonesia, Korea, and Turkey  with Australian foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop. Image courtesy of the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Where is MIKTA heading next?

27 October 2015

With a relatively small amount of media coverage, foreign ministers of five nations—Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia—met in New York last week for the sixth MIKTA ministerial...

NEW Master of Diplomacy (Advanced)

21 October 2015

Advance your career in diplomacy Study in the only institute in the southern hemisphere dedicated to research and education on transnational diplomacy, and home to some of the best-known authorities...

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