Dr Amy King receives Westpac Fellowship

Dr Amy King, from the ANU Strategic...

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Dr Amy King

Shared Interests, Shared Values? The US-Australian Alliance in the Age of Trump

In past examinations of the US-Australian Alliance, some Australian analysts warned that a rising China would inevitably upset the happy status quo, while...

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Peering behind the alliance curtain

The refugee deal which sparked a spiky conversation between the two leaders may still go ahead, but at what cost to Canberra? Iain Henry looks at what this...

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What lessons should we draw from the Turnbull-Trump phone call?

A strong defence force makes sound sense in now uncertain times

It is now almost a year since the defence white paper was released and it is already starting to look rather dated.

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Why Australia's defence capability without ANZUS is greatly overrated

Donald Trump's telephone meltdown with Malcolm Turnbull is grist to the mill for a chorus of commentators who call for Australia to develop a more independent...

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President Donald Trump and incoming US secretary of defence Jim Mattis

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