Pages tagged by "Expert commentary"

Bring Australia’s Navy home from the Middle East

Naval practitioners struggle to justify deployments to the western Indian Ocean

Blurred boundaries and restrictive regions

Why we don't need to get hung up on definitions

Addressing Australia's Vulnerability to Weaponised Narratives

Weaponised narratives are a new security threat. Chris Zappone and Matt Sussex call for an active response to protect our system of government.

Beggar thy neighbour

Trump's economic strategy is anything but foolish.

China's play for military bases in the eastern Indian Ocean

China is moving to establish a network of naval and air bases in the Indian Ocean to support its growing strategic imperatives in the region writes David Brewster

New Indo-Pacific axis

It is time for India, France and Australia to join forces.

The taming of the west

There is a rising need to manage the shared Indian Ocean, writes David Brewster.

Podcast: Australia’s new intelligence jigsaw

Three experts discuss the Australian Government’s creation of the Home Affairs portfolio.

Macron visit shows how the middle powers can step up

Becoming champions of a rules-based global order.

China’s moves in Vanuatu: What should Australia do?

Amid rumors of a military base, Australia must understand – and deal with – China’s growing interests in the South Pacific, writes David Brewster.

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