Australia's commitment to combating international terrorism appears unshaken in the wake of the Sydney siege.
Australia should not embrace America, writes its former prime minister, but preserve itself from Washington’s reckless overreach.
Should Beijing be worried?
"Crafting 'middle-power coalitions,' as a complement to engaging China and deepening strategic partnership with America, would enjoy domestic political support, while creating the basis for expanding India’s role in Asian security."
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