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  • The impact of the Jihadist Islamic State on Iraq and its neighbours.  What can be done?

    The impact of the Jihadist Islamic State on Iraq and its neighbours. What can be done?

    America’s former envoy to Iraq and US deputy national security adviser to address AIIA NSW   In the northern summer of 2014 the world is confronted with a series of linked threats in the Middle East not seen since 1979, when as we heard earlier this month from ASIO director-general David Irvine Islamic extremists in Iraq and Syria,...

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  • Where Australia’s interests matter

    Where Australia’s interests matter

    John McCarthy on the Geography of our Foreign Policy Maps tell us a lot about coming conflicts. Those quirky postcards that show Australia at the centre of the world – rather than on the outer edge – provide most of the answers. The Asian countries to our north are where it matters. Four out of five of our top trading partners are Asian...

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  • AIIA STUDY TOUR TO KOREA

    AIIA STUDY TOUR TO KOREA

    AIIA NSW EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE STUDY TOUR TO KOREA 13 – 26 September 2014 (13 day tour) The AIIA NSW, in conjunction with Odyssey Travel, is organising a private study tour to Korea for 13 days in September. The itinerary includes Seoul, Gyeongju and Busan and has been designed to provide participants with an introduction to...

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  • The big undebated question:  alliance options for Australia

    The big undebated question: alliance options for Australia

    As the Government prepares its 2015 Defence White Paper, public opinion about it is muted. Individual leaders are polarised, with ambassador Kim Beazley strongly supporting the ANZUS alliance, at one extreme, and at the other, former prime minister Malcolm Fraser declaring that Australia should move to become strategically independent of the US. Those...

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