Guy Rundle August 18, 2017 20 Comments
Another day, another WikiLeaks beat up. Guy Rundle dissects the latest headline which cried conspiracy.
Bernard Keane May 29, 2017 28 Comments
Australians policymakers need to begin thinking through the implications of the Trump presidency: what if we can no longer rely on the United States for our security?
Crikey December 14, 2016 1 Comment
We should have a very clear and unromantic view of what we conceive to be the "national interest", writes former diplomat and law academic Andrew Farran.
Bernard Keane November 18, 2016 9 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull thinks Labor is undermining our alliance with the United States. But they're only saying what he's said before himself.
Charles Richardson June 6, 2016 2 Comments
Shorten touched on Trump, but generally speaking both sides have avoided talk of foreign policy so far this campaign.
Crikey August 26, 2014 11 Comments
Want to know what to think about the rise of the Islamic State? Should America withdraw from the policy spheres of other nations, or will that give rise to more brutality? Ask Sam de Brito, Fairfax's everyman, who will give you the answers you need, with the sex advice you don't.
Bernard Keane June 17, 2014 2 Comments
A growing proportion of Australians have little or no trust in the government’s ability to handle Australia’s international relations, this week’s Essential Report shows.
Bernard Keane April 10, 2014 34 Comments
Bob Carr thinks it's in the national interest to reveal the inner workings of diplomacy. Too bad he did nothing to help others seeking to do the same, like Julian Assange and Edward Snowden.
Professor Damien Kingsbury November 15, 2013
East Timor's Prime Minister has announced his intention to retire from politics. Is the former resistance fighter abandoning his country when it needs him the most?
Professor Damien Kingsbury September 30, 2013 34 Comments
Tony's Abbott's derided Operation Sovereign Borders policy will test the friendship in meetings with Indonesia today. On his first foreign assignment, is he up for the diplomatic challenge?