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PAUL BARRATT. Managing ANZUS in the age of Trump. Quo vadis series.

  Quo vadis – Australian foreign policy and ANZUS. Summary.  Australia should do a ‘really deep stocktake of what is in our vital national interests and what we are prepared to sign up to’ .

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ANDREW FARRAN. Under Trump  – A moment of truth may be approaching  

  Indications are that a Trump Administration will expect America’s allies to pay their way to a greater extent than former President Nixon’s expectations were pursuant to the Guam Doctrine of 1969 mid-point in the Vietnam War. By and large … Continue reading

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GEOFF MILLER. Trump, Australia and the South China Sea.

  The Trump victory has led to justified concern in Australia, as elsewhere, and few would carp at what seems to have been a successful and cordial talk between him and our Prime Minister. It’s a good thing that Trump … Continue reading

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RICHARD WOOLCOTT. The American alliance and Vice President Biden’s recent visit.

  Vice President Biden’s speech at the Paddington Town Hall on 20 July was by invitation only. I had met Vice President Biden three years ago in Washington when I was on the Board of the Australian-American Leadership Dialogue.  He was friendly … Continue reading

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