Henry Storey

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Henry Storey holds a Master of International Relations degree from Melbourne University. Henry currently works as an analyst at Dragoman, a Melbourne-based political risk consultancy, and was formerly an editor at Foreign Brief and Young Australians in International Affairs. The views expressed are his own.

Semut: Australia’s secret war against the Japanese in Borneo
Semut: Australia’s secret war against the Japanese in Borneo
A reconstruction of incomplete archives reveals one of Australia’s most audacious independent special forces operations.
Why Australia shouldn’t put all its eggs in the Quad basket
Why Australia shouldn’t put all its eggs in the Quad basket
The regional security pact is yet to prove its worth. Options must be kept open, with minilaterals top of the list.
Contingency plans: South Korea and cross-Strait security
Contingency plans: South Korea and cross-Strait security
Seoul’s new administration faces critical choices over Taiwan and its relationships with Washington and Beijing.
China’s “common prosperity” is a Catch-22
China’s “common prosperity” is a Catch-22
A phenomenal housing glut in the Chinese market is eroding the country’s productivity and economic future.
Common prosperity meets the Belt and Road
Common prosperity meets the Belt and Road
Xi’s emphasis on the “real-economy” could also engender a qualitative shift in the types of investments Beijing makes.
Do Comprehensive Strategic Partnerships matter?
Do Comprehensive Strategic Partnerships matter?
Scott Morrison is an enthusiast. But Australia’s one with China proved little more than the proverbial “scrap of paper”.
America’s doughnut shaped Indo-Pacific strategy
America’s doughnut shaped Indo-Pacific strategy
As Washington’s pivot to Asia begins to take shape, showing up in person and walking the talk will be deal-breakers.  
China – a lonely superpower
China – a lonely superpower
Despite many countries having issues with the West, China has few obvious alliance candidates.
Can the US and China cooperate on climate?
Can the US and China cooperate on climate?
Deals, denials and grand bargains on the road to the COP26 climate change conference.
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