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Headlining today’s wrap-up are three must-read pieces on Australia’s strategic choices and China. In the first, Bonnie Glaser (who’s visiting Australia at the moment) argues that ‘Australia should join the US to implement a cost imposition strategy …

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If you missed last night’s ASPI event ‘Australia and Indonesia: getting back on track’, Felicity Norman has a cracking rundown of the main themes on New Mandala here (video of the event to follow shortly). Australia isn’t the only country …

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To help you delve deeper into the world of strategy and international security, here are this week’s reading picks and podcasts. Kicking off with Australia, channel your inner defence nerd with all Canberra papers published by ANU’s Strategic …

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This week saw the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War. Four decades later, how do young Vietnamese view the Vietnam War? For an American perspective, a group of Marines …

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For all your international security and defence reading, look no further than ASPI Suggests! Tomorrow’s ANZAC Day (25 April) will mark the 100th anniversary of the first major military action fought at Gallipoli by Australian and New …

Air, sea and land updates

Flight path It looks as if Russia isn’t just flexing its muscles in Eastern Europe. Last Wednesday, Japan reported Russian incursions in its northern skies. Along with Chinese combat aircraft in its southern airspace, this …

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To get you across the week’s big stories in security and defence, here’s ASPI Suggests with new reports, videos and podcasts. Following Hillary Clinton’s announcement of her run for the White House, Strategist editor David …

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For the best reading picks, podcasts and news in international security and defence, here’s ASPI Suggests. Kicking off today is the Iran nuclear deal; read Martin Skold’s piece on strategy blog The Bridge that grapples with the tension between …

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If you’re looking to get your defence and national security fix over the Easter long weekend, look no further! Long-read, world leader profiles are becoming a tradition for Suggests: the latest is a The New Yorker piece …

Jokowi’s trip to Tokyo and Beijing

Last week, Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo embarked on a weeklong Northeast Asian tour beginning with Tokyo on Monday and then Beijing on Wednesday. Besides pressing the flesh and riding a bullet train, Jokowi’s aims were …