CommentaryAn unprecedented president
The showman now has to govern, writes James Curran in the Australian on 14 January. Photo: Getty Images/The Washington PostJames Curran
Lowy Institute PapersFighting with America
Why saying 'no' to the US wouldn’t rupture the alliance.James Curran
Commentary'It's going to be a bumpy ride'
'The US-led world order is tipping further into decline.' Originally published in The Australian. Photo: Getty Images/Gary HershornAlan Dupont
Commentary'Take Trump one step at a time'
'An escalation of strategic rivalry between the US and China could be uncomfortable for Australia.' Originally published in the Australian Financial Review. Photo: Department of…
Commentary'Australia must grimace and bear Donald Trump to keep our alliance on track'
'Donald Trump's election will ask hard questions of Australia's alliance with the United States.' Originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald. Photo: Getty Images…
Commentary'The US public just wants to get through the Clinton-Trump election'
'After 18 months of a campaign that is universally described to have been the weirdest and one of the ugliest in living memory, folks are desperate for it all to be over.' …
CommentaryBizarro World has taken over global politics
Originally published in the Financial Times. From Trump to Duterte, old assumptions are being overturned, writes Michael Fullilove. Michael Fullilove
AnalysesThe 2016 presidential campaign and the crisis of US foreign policy
A Trump presidency could see the United States undermine the liberal international order that it helped to establish. Clinton, by contrast, would be a more traditional…
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