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The Australian government doesn't appreciate China’s growing confidence - Hugh White
Tony Abbott and Julie Bishop came to office determined to tie Australia more closely than ever to the US ...
Go Back to Basics: A Cut Price Defence Budget is Appropriate
THE Abbott government is about to embark on a new defence white paper.
Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War by Joan Beaumont - book review by the Guardian AustraliaThis detailed and unflinching narrative sets a high benchmark in the lead up to the centenary of the first world war
In this talk, Professor Paul Dibb examines what are the risks of war between China and the US. He analyses potential crises over North Korea, Taiwan and in the East and South China Seas. Dibb concludes with a discussion about the rise of China and the decline of America and what this means for Australia's defence policy.