Australian defence policy sits at a crossroads. For over seventy years the ‘Lucky
Country’s’ strategic position had been anchored by the US-led international order
Throughout the Cold War Paul Dibb worked with the highest levels of Australian and American intelligence, and was one of very few Australian officials to be given the top-secret security clearance
A timely and authoritative account of the four most troubled hotspots in the world’s most combustible region.
At the centre of the vital Asia–Pacific region, Thailand is important. But, despite its large population and powerful military forces performing significant roles in state and society, Thailand has little military power.
Why is this?
Under the Obama administration, the US–Vietnam relationship experienced a significant improvement, in particular in terms of security cooperation.
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