Despite a lack of solid results, a growing number of Australian universities are rushing to set up in Indonesia to teach wealthy locals.
Australia’s rock star feting of Modi gives support to his domestic agenda, contributing to the decline of democracy and human rights in India, and also to the push for confrontation with China.
An assertive and rising Indonesia has reacted badly to Australia’s renewed AUKUS embrace with the Anglosphere.
On the recent death of veteran Australian diplomat Richard Woolcott, the historical record leaves him an unquiet grave.
Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is looking to develop a ‘green energy’ mega project in Africa – but at what cost?
Revenge has been the primary driver in most of the Islamist terror attacks on Australian soil – revenge for Australian involvement in violent US wars in Muslim countries of the Middle East.
The ‘deal of the century’ for the exploitation of Afghanistan’s resource treasure trove has disappeared in a puff of smoke.
Britain assisted Australia in setting up a team modelled on the UK’s notorious Information Research Department to run influence operations in the Asia-Pacific in the 1970s, recently declassified files reveal.
Mystery surrounds how an Australian mining company sought to access Afghanistan’s $3-trillion treasure house of untapped minerals.