Breaking boundaries to reimagine space is crucial

SARAH FURMAN AND ELISE STEPHENSON | The Deputy Head of NASA, Pam Melroy, was clear in telling her Australian audience in early… Read More

Are Western intelligence agencies “fuelling an armed rebellion” in Myanmar?

ANDREW SELTH  |     For decades, Myanmar’s generals have been convinced that they are under attack from foreign intelligence agencies, which they believe operate… Read More

The latest risk: the intelligence sector’s stifling lack of diversity?

ELISE STEPHENSON AND SUSAN HARRIS RIMMER | In recent years, many global intelligence agencies are turning their eye inward with major reforms,… Read More

Putting PNG’s police shortage on the agenda

SEAN JACOBS  | A recent string of gruesome kidnappings of young women in Papua New Guinea’s Highlands have highlighted not only the persistent… Read More

Southeast Asia snapshot #56

SOVINDA PO | Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen announces resignation In a landmark announcement on 26 July 2023, Cambodia’s Prime Minister (PM) Hun… Read More

Chinese policing deals in the Solomon Islands

JON FRAENKEL | Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has used Chinese money to shore up his government. Whether alignment with Chinese interests… Read More

Pacific Outlook Bulletin | 2 August

TESS NEWTON CAIN  |  Marshall Islands accepts Compact funding offer In something of an about turn, the government of Marshall Islands has agreed to… Read More

A call to collective action

SPEECH BY DAME MEG TAYLOR | Gathering on this land, we acknowledge the Yugara and Turrbal peoples, the traditional custodians. We sincerely respect their… Read More

Southeast Asia snapshot #55

SOVINDA PO | The political situation in Cambodia Cambodia held its national election on 23 July 2023 with 18 political parties registered… Read More

A Queensland defence and security perspective

PETER LAYTON | Australia has no international land borders but only just. Queensland’s Saibai Island is only 4km from Papua New Guinea… Read More


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