It is not surprising that a style of warfare characterized by aggression, individual initiative, and a distinctly impertinent attitude towards authority was celebrated.
Everyone in China — including the police — treats kidnapping as just the price of doing business.
Tom challenged me to reflect on Russ Glenn’s recent article in Parameters, about the theory and application of mission command in the Australian Army.
Revelations about Chinese influence have rocked Australian media and politics. Should the U.S. have the same debate?
After recent attacks, the first national gun amnesty since 1996 encourages people to turn in unregistered weapons.
The media ball was supposed to be off record, but audio of the joking prime minister leaked.
James Clapper Takes Trump to Task on Russia Investigation, Comey firing, and says “the Russians are not our friends.”
New Delhi hasn’t forgotten Canberra’s previous flip-flop on regional security, and isn’t ready to let Aussies join three-way naval drills.
‘Australia First’ immigration policies gain steam ahead of Mike Pence’s visit.
Yet another longtime U.S. ally struggles to find its place in a suddenly changing world.
If it ain’t broke, sure, try to fix it.
The flap reflects a fierce debate in Australia over controversial refugee policies.
Grappling with an unpredictable White House, foreign partners in Europe and Asia are weighing contingency plans and bracing for the worst.