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Asians passengers in Morrison strategy

The decline in our ties with Asia, that began under John Howard, has accelerated alarmingly under the Morrison government, Bruce Haigh argues the clumsy retreat will cost Australia dearly. 30 December 2021 | Bruce Haigh, Pearls […]

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Morrison spins as Paris burns

Our prime minister’s decision to humiliate the French President and then cast Emmanuel Macron’s response as a ‘sledge’ on all Australians is a ploy straight out of the Donald Trump playbook; but, Bruce Haigh writes, […]

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ASPI’s censorship sneaks

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute says it’s independent, free of influence and stands by the integrity of its research, so who is scrubbing negative comments from its Wikipedia page? 20 August 2021 | Marcus Reubenstein […]

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Is Foreign Affairs marching to ASPI’s beat?

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s government-mandated constitution states that ASPI’s powers are limited to “strategic and defence issues” but ASPI now appears to be advising the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 16 June 2021 […]

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China relationship not set in stone

Political tensions with China have been escalating, but there’s still time for Australia to make amends and not follow in America’s footsteps, writes former Australian diplomat Bruce Haigh 17 August 2020 | Bruce Haigh Since Donald […]