Australia should support India in the Himalayas

If Canberra wants a “comprehensive strategic partnership” with New Delhi, some courageous steps are needed.

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Diego Garcia: India’s conundrum

New Delhi declared unequivocal support for “all peoples striving for decolonisation”, only to keep conspicuously...

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Navigating Uncertainty: The Future of Futures Analysis in the Australian Public Service

Nations and governments today face complex structural challenges; the result of several decades of sweeping economic...

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India-Australia strategic partnership: Leveraging aerospace capacity

The two countries have an opportunity to pursue air-power cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, where stability is...

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