India’s leadership at G20 can prove multilateralism isn’t a fading ideal
At G20, Australia can lend its support to India’s agenda to create a more accountable and inclusive international system, says University of Melbourne expert.
A breakthrough for justice and peace
A new UN agenda makes transformational international policy within reach, as well as goals of peace, security and stability, says University of Melbourne expert
The China divide
What would Australia do if the US went to war against China? A new book from Melbourne University Press (MUP) explores Australia's role in the Pacific.
Australia’s shared future with Southeast Asia
A University of Melbourne expert says Australia’s new government has made Southeast Asia a priority with a focus on the idea of a shared future.
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
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.
Biden’s bid to strengthen global democracy
Can Biden's Summit for Democracy re-energise an alliance of democracies or is it setting up a cold war? A University of Melbourne expert assesses the meeting.
Finding Australia’s new Asia narrative
A University of Melbourne expert says Australia’s challenge post-COVID is finding a new narrative for how it relates to its Asian neighbours, particularly China
Submarines and vaccines: France’s 2022 presidential elections
Why do French elections matter to Australia? Due to France’s commitment in the fraught geo-politics of the Indo-Pacific says a University of Melbourne expert.
US trade policy after Trump
A University of Melbourne expert says even after Joe Biden's election, the politicisation of trade policy will continue – as well as American protectionism.