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The mother of all legal and moral dilemmas
Commentary
The mother of all legal and moral dilemmas
Originally published in The Australian.
What is Australia’s plan B for China?
Commentary
What is Australia’s plan B for China?
The US may not win, and China may not be easily appeased either. We need more eggs in more baskets. Originally published in the Australian Financial Review.
New government in Canberra: A reset for Australia’s Indo-Pacific approach?
Commentary
New government in Canberra: A reset for Australia’s Indo-Pacific approach?
Following the May Federal election, Australia has its first centre-left government in close to a decade, led by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. Originally published in the French…
Lowy Poll: China’s still a worry, but Russia more so
Commentary
Lowy Poll: China’s still a worry, but Russia more so
Originally published in The Australian.
China thaw? It’s from the freezer to the fridge for Albanese government
Commentary
China thaw? It’s from the freezer to the fridge for Albanese government
Originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Commentary
China’s Third Aircraft Carrier Is Aimed at a Post-U.S. Asia
Beijing can’t challenge U.S. naval power directly yet. Originally published in the Foreign Policy Magazine.
West must be calibrated in responding to China’s escalation on Taiwan
Commentary
West must be calibrated in responding to China’s escalation on Taiwan
The US and its allies have a tricky diplomatic job of deterring a determined China without raising the temperature even higher. Originally published in the Australian Financial…
Commentary
Far more than just the money, Digicel is a very big deal
 Originally published in The Australian. By Jonathan Pryke and Mihai Sora. Jonathan Pryke
Commentary
International rules make U.S.-China conflict more likely
Cross-border principles governing conduct only exist if they are accepted by states. Originally published in Nikkei Asia Review Ben Scott