Tag: australia

Crest of the Wave or Dead in the Water? Australian Regional Climate leadership

Trump’s withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement on 1st of June 2017 has lowered America into an enormous chasm of moral […]

The Strange Invisibility of Australian Aid

Australian aid is a heavily debated topic. How much should we give? Who decides? How do we decide? In his most recent book, The Foreign […]

Australia’s Afghanistan Legacy: Missing in Action?

Six years ago I was a soldier in the volatile province of Uruzgan, where Australia sent the bulk of its forces during its commitment to […]

Warm diplomacy in the world’s coldest capital

“The sleeping giant of Asia has awakened.” So warned Charles Morgan, the Honourable Member for Reid speaking of Asia to a deeply divided Australian parliament […]