The next chapter in the US-China rivalry?
IN FOCUS: INDO-PACIFIC
Far from trans-Atlantic troubles?
The United States’ European allies have been worrying about the state of their alliance, but the Indo-Pacific can provide an arena for cooperation that could help calm some of the friction that has built up across the Atlantic, Gorana Grgic writes.
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National Security Podcast: Rory Medcalf on the contest for the Indo-Pacific
Preparing for climate catastrophe
National Security Podcast: In the middle of the Indo-Pacific
This episode of the National Security Podcast draws a line through the emerging geopolitical concept of the Indo-Pacific. As security policies evolve, Chris Farnham asks how nations in the region are internalising the Indo-Pacific concept and incorporating it into national strategy.
Chinese loans stoke competition for the Pacific
An ideal Indo-Pacific, re-interpreting history, and a distinct lack of trust
Japan and India achieve alignment without alliance
Europe: a new player in the Indo-Pacific
Our ten most popular policy podcasts of 2018
This year Policy Forum produced more than 60 podcasts covering a huge range of issues, from LGBT rights in India, to Indigenous water rights in Northern Australia, and from the rise of populism around the world, to the mechanics of the Australian Public Service. In this post, we present you the top 10 of our policy podcasts from this year that you were listening to (and if you didn’t listen to them, well, what else do you have planned over the festive break?)