"The nature of these threats also means that they can rarely be dealt with on a national level and require international collaboration."
Dr David Brewster of @NSC_ANU writes for The Interpreter.
“The China that I left just a few weeks ago was markedly more closed off, frankly, than the China that I came to five years ago, and certainly when I was living there previously in about 2010 and 2011,” @billbirtles said at a Lowy Institute event this week
"'The Indians are trying to create facts on the ground in the Indian Ocean before the Chinese create facts on the ground,' said @HerveLemahieu, director of the Asian power and diplomacy program at the Lowy Institute in Sydney."
“Is our love affair with America over?” https://t.co/wJKhk1aFh7, via @LowyInstitute "Australians, especially those aged 18 to 29, are particularly sceptical of our friends across the Pacific, with equally low levels of trust in the US and China."