All posts by Dominic Huntley

Pivotal Arrogance in Western Foreign Policy

For the first time in centuries the most powerful nation on Earth is going to be non-Western, and this has terrified policymakers from Canberra to […]

Respect Timor, Leste ye be Judged

Australia’s relationship with our newest neighbour has reached a critical juncture. Timor Leste has successfully forced Australia into a conciliation at the Permanent Court of […]

Seeing the elephant

“Seeing the elephant” is a 19th century American saying, meaning the gaining of world experience at a significant cost. It originated from travelling circuses, where […]

The Eagle has Floundered

Dominic Huntley explores the discrepancy between words and action in US policy in Asia. United States policy in Asia is fraught with an increasing discrepancy […]