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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.

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

CHOGM chance to push India as counter to China in the Pacific

The Commonwealth Heads of Government summit is an opportunity to encourage greater involvement in the Pacific by India, writes Anthony Bergin.

Why science gets shut out of policy

Science has an essential role to play in informing public policy, but all too often scientists struggle to get their expertise across to policymakers.

China and Russia's uneasy dance in Eurasia

Russia’s activities in its ‘near abroad’ and China’s Belt and Road initiative might be set to clash in Eurasia, writes Michael Clarke.

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.

The West is sleepwalking to war with North Korea

Roger Bradbury, Chris Barrie and Dmitry Brizhinev write

Doklam: Who won?

Rory Medcalf writes on Doklam, a disputed Himalayan territory.

The Kra Canal: Double bypass

Kra would permit ships transiting between the Indian and Pacific Oceans to bypass Singapore.

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