How will AUKUS deter threats in the Indo-Pacific?

The Council on Geostrategy asks six experts how the AUKUS arrangement deters threats in the Indo-Pacific

What the AUKUS announcement means for Australia

Patrick Triglavcanin assesses the implications of the recent AUKUS announcement in San Diego for Australia

The China conundrum

Rowan Callick details the challenge governments find themselves in regarding China, drawing on Australia’s recent experience

AUSMIN 2022: Shared interests over shared values

Patrick Triglavcanin assesses shifting foreign policy approaches from Australia and the United States after AUSMIN 2022

The Quad: Taking stock and looking forward

Prof. Ian Hall assesses the Quad’s approach to managing Indo-Pacific security challenges and the future of the group

Australia’s regionalism on display at the UNGA

Patrick Triglavcanin explores Australia’s diplomacy at the recent UN General Assembly and argues that a new Australian foreign policy has begun to form

Old allies and new partners

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones investigates the allies and partners of Global Britain in this more competitive era

Britain, Australia and climate cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

Kate Clayton assesses how Britain and Australia can cooperate and learn from each other in tackling climate change in the Indo-Pacific

Australia and Lithuania: limits of Chinese trade coercion

James Laurenceson argues that Australia and Lithuania demonstrate the limits of Beijing’s economic coercion, and inclination for enacting such measures

Labor win the Australian election

Patrick Triglavcanin outlines how the new Labor government in Australia is likely to manage the country’s foreign policy direction