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Australia won't 'better mankind' in Iraq if we instinctively reach for our military
Australia won't 'better mankind' in Iraq if we instinctively reach for our militaryJames BrownThe Guardian4 September 2014Please click here for the online text…
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China Australia relationship needs to broaden from trade
China-Australia relationship needs to broaden from tradeJames BrownThe Saturday Paper30 August 2014Please click here for the online text.James Brown
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Barack Obama’s restless supporters succumb to seven year itch
Barack Obama’s restless supporters succumb to seven year itchMichael FulliloveFinancial Times9 September 2014Please click here for online text.Michael Fullilove
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The US guide to the Australian defense budget
The US guide to the Australian defence budgetAndrew KwonCogitAsia23 May 2014Please click here for full online text.Andrew Kwon
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China Is Beating the U.S. in the Battle for Influence in Asia
Originally published in The New York Times.
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America and Australia Are Back on the Same Page
How Biden Revived the Alliance. Originally published in Foreign Affairs.
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America Is Up—and China Is Down—in Asia
But U.S. Power Faces Threats at Home. Originally published in Foreign Affairs. 
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US seeks recalibration, but China is unlikely to reciprocate
Washington wanted the Biden-Xi meeting to establish guardrails to prevent confrontation. Beijing will probably see that as just code for maintenance of the US-dominated status quo…
The Director’s Chair: Bob Zoellick on the World Bank, China, and the Republican Party
Podcasts
The Director’s Chair: Bob Zoellick on the World Bank, China, and the Republican Party
In this episode of The Director’s Chair, Michael Fullilove speaks with the long-time public official, policymaker, and former President of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick