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Traditionally Australia's political allegiances have been with the United States. More recently our economic fortunes have been tied to China, which is asserting itself as a global power and in the process perhaps challenging American hegemony. So do we have to choose where our primary...
Since the election was first called on July 17, there has been little from either major party concerning foreign policy or national security. This discussion addresses the foreign policy issues not being raised during this election campaign.
On the occasion of the publication of his political memoirs, the Lowy Institute hosted former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser for a conversation on Australian foreign policy.
From the Vietnam War to the Afghanistan War, from international law to the treatment of refugees, Mr Fraser...
The world after the Global Financial Crisis will be a world which asks some very searching questions of Australia's foreign policy makers, businesspeople, and citizens.
How should Australia respond to the new position of China as a key power determining the future of collective...