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With the Defence White Paper due for release in 2015, this paper argues the government should bear in mind that planning for an era of Chinese dominance in the region - or even its emergence as an American strategic peer in Asia - would be...
This article shows that the Bougainville conflict's origins involved far more complexity than natural resource revenue distribution grievances, and that the conflict itself then generated new sources of division and conflict, the same being true of both the peace process and the process to implement...
Papua New Guinea no longer necessarily needs to identify itself as falling within an uncontested Australian and New Zealand sphere of influence.
Although Papua New Guinea is a ‘small state’ it increasingly defies traditional predictions about its international relations and attempts...
The military mood is buoyant in Papua New Guinea, but its security problems are fundamentally developmental and political and will not be solved quickly.
Presenting a case study comparison of the China policies of US Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, this paper provides insight into how the relationship can be managed in the 21st century.
Case study comparison of the China policies of...
Abstract: In coming years, India is likely to become one of Australia’s most important partners in the region. This article explores how the security and defence relationship has developed in recent times. It discusses challenges in the relationship before exploring potential areas for enhanced...