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This white paper is a hard-nosed foreign policy document

The 2017 Foreign Policy White Paper reads much like a national security statement, writes Rory Medcalf in the Australian Financial Review.

How can the west win the cyberwar against Islamic State?

Jacinta Carroll warns of a looming 'cyber jihad' with the terrorist group on ABC's Lateline.

An Indo-Pacific quad is the right response to Beijing

Australia is right to craft a healthy diversity of diplomatic dialogues, some including China, some including America, some including neither, writes Rory Medcalf.

The charge of the Australian cyber Light Horse

Australia's past success at Beersheba has valuable lessons about cyber security, write Rory Medcalf and Elanor Huntington.

Belt and Road: A sprawling agenda with a core purpose

Dr Michael Clarke writes on the major challenges for Australia flowing from China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Iraq, the Kurds, and the mess America has made

America's strategy has diminished it's influence and emboldened Iran, Anthony Ricketts writes.

Africa’s prosperity depends on security, and Australia has a role

We can do much more more for the political and economic stability of the continent, argues Anthony Bergin.

National security and foreign interference

In recent speeches, Rory Medcalf has emphasised respecting the freedom of expression of Australia’s diverse Chinese community.

Is Australia ready for natural disasters?

Disaster resilience and mitigation are much cheaper than recovery, argues Anthony Bergin.

No such thing as defeat for Islamic State’s propaganda machine

Mosul has fallen and Raqqa is under siege, but the propaganda battle lies ahead, writes Haroro Ingram.


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