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  • UN Decision is Not “the End of the Road” that Assange Claims it is
    Issues Brief

    UN Decision is Not “the End of the Road” that Assange Claims it is

    A United Nations panel has found that Sweden and the UK have arbitrarily detained WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange contrary to their obligations under human rights treaties. The panel called on the two governments to ensure Assange’s rights are respected and to compensate him for his time in detention. Assange, who sought asylum in the... More >
  • Public Health Emergency of International Concern: the Zika Case
    Analysis

    Public Health Emergency of International Concern: the Zika Case

    Two confirmed cases of the Zika virus have been detected in Australia, just two days after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika outbreak in Central and South America to be a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern” (PHEIC). The Zika virus is usually a mild mosquito-borne illness that causes flu-like symptoms. It is... More >
  • Turnbull Promotes Jokowi’s Global Role
    Analysis

    Turnbull Promotes Jokowi’s Global Role

    Much has been written about Prime Minister Turnbull’s wide-ranging speech last month in Washington DC at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Yet little attention seems to have been paid to Turnbull’s remarks about Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo, commonly known as Jokowi. Turnbull’s deep respect and admiration for Jokowi was... More >
  • Trouble Ahead: The China-Pakistan-India Triangle
    Analysis

    Trouble Ahead: The China-Pakistan-India Triangle

    The China-Pakistan strategic relationship is becoming increasingly important if China is to achieve its ambitions in the region. Much to India’s concern, the cooperation between China and Pakistan is set to increase – if Pakistan’s domestic troubles do not derail these efforts. Pakistan’s leaders like to describe their relationship with China... More >
  • With New Talks Already on the Ropes, the World is Still Failing Syria
    Analysis

    With New Talks Already on the Ropes, the World is Still Failing Syria

    International talks meant to help resolve the Syrian Crisis are due to commence in Geneva, but a range of impossible problems still stand in the way. Now nearly five years old, the conflict has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives and displaced around 11m people. Other diplomatic efforts – Geneva I and Geneva II –... More >

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Reading Room

Asia’s Security

In this survey of the security challenges facing the region, Robert Ayson, Professor of Strategic Studies...

American Biodefense: How Dangerous Ideas about Biological Weapons Shape National Security

The concept of national security dominates the public and private discourse in various countries, none...

The Power and Politics of US Foreign Policy and the Internet

For a discipline that turns on understanding power dynamics, it is surprising how little scholarship has...

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