Australian Outlook is the AIIA’s national online showcase for high-quality analysis and commentary on international affairs. It provides an Australian and international perspective on world events and foreign policy by working with the leading thinkers and practitioners around the country, as well as providing international perspectives.
The editorial team publishes up to 10 posts each week throughout the year. Subscribe below to receive the Australian Outlook email digest every Friday morning and be up to date with all the latest foreign policy debates and developments.
Australian Outlook content is made up of five sections: Analysis, The Burning Question, Issues Brief, Fresh Perspectives, Interviews and Reading Room: Book Reviews from the Australian Journal of International Affairs. Each is described below.
Disclaimer: The AIIA provides a platform for debate and does not hold an institutional view on any issue in international affairs. The views expressed in Australian Outlook are the authors’ own.
This section provides commentary and perspectives on international issues. Articles are primarily sourced on a commission basis from a wide variety of contributors including academic, diplomatic, institutional, government and non-government organisations. We also accept unsolicited pieces.
Articles are approximately 800-1000 words covering any topic in international affairs.
Fresh Perspectives gives former AIIA interns, AIIA youth members, young professionals and other emerging scholars an opportunity to write an 800-1,200 word article covering a foreign affairs issue. For information for contributors see below.
This section includes interviews with AIIA guest speakers and other experts in their field.
Reading Room – Australian Journal of International Affairs
It is sometimes difficult to know what books to read on international issues; thankfully, the AIIA has Reading Room, the online book review section of the Australian Journal of International Affairs. The books reviewed focus on international relations, development, security and foreign affairs history, among other topics.
To suggest a title for review or to offer to review, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information for Contributors
We welcome independent unsolicited contributions. If you are interested in contributing to Australian Outlook, please email your idea or contribution to email@example.com.
Submissions should be in line with the Australian Outlook Style Guide.
All content posted with Australian Outlook is done so under a Creative Commons licence unless otherwise specified.
Comments or complaints
We take the views of our readership seriously. Although we do not hold an institutional view on any political issue, we will not publish discriminatory or other offensive material, or factual claims that are unsubstantiated or otherwise do not stand up to scrutiny. We will pass any complaints to review by our executive editor and, if necessary our editorial committee. For all comments, complaints, (and praise!) contact firstname.lastname@example.org.