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  1. 5 April 2022 - Humanities

    Stepping carefully amid conflict in the Pacific

    Tensions between Australia, China and Solomon Islands can be eased with a greater focus on diplomacy, not militarisation, argue University of Melbourne experts

  2. 17 February 2022 - Public Affairs

    Leadership in a changing world

    In the 2022 University of Melbourne Fraser Oration, Australia’s former China ambassador, Dr Geoff Raby AO, says Australia’s foreign policy needs strong leaders.

  3. 17 February 2022 - Humanities

    Australia and India partnering up within the Quad

    Bilateral agreements between Australia and India were a key feature of the Melbourne Quadrilateral Security Dialogue meeting says University of Melbourne expert

  4. 15 February 2022 - Humanities

    Why Russia isn’t about to invade Ukraine soon

    Russia is unlikely to soon invade Ukraine as it’s already succeeding in stoking instability and making the US take notice, says University of Melbourne expert

  5. 2 February 2022 - Public Affairs

    The impact of China on the Australia-US alliance

    To understand Sino-Australian relations, we must appreciate the triangular dynamics between Australia, China and the US, says University of Melbourne expert.

  6. 18 August 2021 - Humanities

    Will Muslim-Majority States recognise the Afghan Taliban’s ‘Islamic’ regime?

    By Islamic standards, the Taliban regime is unusually narrow. A University of Melbourne expert says Muslim-majority states should pause before recognising it.

  7. 1 July 2021 - Humanities

    Public sentiment in China cools towards Australia

    A poll of Chinese attitudes towards Australia shows that deteriorating relations are being reflected in the general public, says University of Melbourne expert

  8. 17 May 2021 - Humanities

    What you need to know about the status of Taiwan

    Australia should be wary of sending mixed policy signals over Taiwan as the status quo is better than other scenarios, says University of Melbourne expert

  9. 27 November 2020 - Humanities

    Australia’s universities need to be free to engage globally

    An Australian government veto power on overseas university agreements puts at risk the benefits of international engagement warn University of Melbourne experts

  10. 10 September 2020 - Design

    New foreign relations bill puts ‘city diplomacy’ at risk

    Proposed legislation to veto international city agreements if inconsistent with foreign policy puts city diplomacy at risk say University of Melbourne experts.