How do the ANZUS states of United States, Australia, and New Zealand that sit on the fringes of the Asia-Pacific use their armed forces to deliver Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Response (HADR) as a way of engaging with the region?
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Allan and Darren try something different this episode, with Allan taking the lead in asking Darren about his experience attending the Raisina Dialogue, India’s flagship international affairs conference, held in New Delhi from 14-16 January 2020, and organised the Observer Research Foundation.
Why do some nations seem to be concerned with conflicts which have since ended? What is historical amnesia? Why is victimhood dangerous to national healing? A brief comparison of China, Finland and the Baltic States illustrates the necessary components for the reconciliation of historical injustice.