Australian Foreign Affairs
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A Role for ASEAN in Stabilising Australia-China Relation
While signs of a thaw in relations between Australia and China are to be welcomed, Colin Heseltine writes that a lot of work remains to be done and the strength of our economic, security and people-to-people relations with the immediate region will have a key role to play.
India at 75
Asialink Council Chairman Peter Varghese AO reflects on 75 years of India's independence, achievements and challenges, and what the future holds for its relationship with Australia.
The value and prospects of Australia's foreign education policy
As the Australian government announces plans to reopen international borders, the impact of the pandemic on Australia's international student program has been more than merely financial, writes Charlotte Morrison.
There is more for Australia to do in Sri Lanka than stop the boats
Australia’s influence in Sri Lanka might be small, but it has a useful role to play in resolving entwined political and economic crises, writes John McCarthy.
The Albanese government and the Pacific: Now for the hard part
The Albanese government has made a good start in building relations with Pacific Island nations, but the hard work is yet to come, writes James Batley.