Why Trump's impeachment is a bad idea and remembering Jacques Chirac's opposition to the invasion of Iraq
China — the unnamed adversary in Australia’s defence review
Last week the Morrison government launched its Defence Strategy and Force Structure Review, promising $270 billion over the next decade to enhance Australia’s defence capabilities. But is the money too much, or not enough? Is it going...
Vale Owen Harries
Welsh-born Owen Harries was one of Australia’s most significant foreign-policy thinkers. A conservative and realist, he battled the doves during the Vietnam era and the hawks during the war on terror. From his editorial post at the National Interest magazine he played an...
Border tensions between China and India
The Himalayan border region between China and India has been in dispute since 1962. This month, a violent clash between troops resulted in twenty Indian and an unknown number of Chinese deaths. Will the recent escalation push India away from China for...