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Happy holidays!

Thanks for joining us in 2014! The Strategist will be taking a break from today until 4 January. The editorial team—Rod, Natalie, Kristy and David—would like to thank all of the readers who’ve helped establish …

We’ll be back tomorrow

It’s (another) public holiday here in Canberra but we’ll be back tomorrow with our usual considered analysis, stats and graphs for your reading pleasure. Can’t wait until tomorrow? Check out the new videos released last week on our YouTube channel. …

We’ll be back tomorrow

It’s a Family & Community Day public holiday here in Canberra so we’ll be back tomorrow with our usual considered analysis, stats and graphs for your reading pleasure. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for something to read, …

We’ll be back tomorrow

It’s the Queen’s birthday public holiday here in Canberra so we’ll be back tomorrow with our usual considered analysis, stats and graphs for your reading pleasure. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for something to read, check out …

It’s Canberra Day

It’s a Canberra Day public holiday so we’ll be publishing a limited number of posts today. But we’ll be back tomorrow with our usual program of analysis, stats and graphs for your reading pleasure. The …

ASPI suggests

Welcome to our final ASPI suggests for 2013! How big are the region’s navies? OpenCanada.org has a super useful infographic (above, click to enlarge) that compares the size of China’s, Japan’s, Russia’s, Canada’s and the US …

ASPI suggests

It’ll be an awkward Christmas in Pyongyang. North Korea said today that Kim Jong-Un’s uncle, Jang Song Thaek, has been executed. The official North Korean news agency KCNA said: The accused Jang brought together undesirable …

ASPI suggests

Well, what a week. On Saturday, China announced an Air Defence Identification Zone (ADIZ) in the East China Sea. The area overlaps Japanese and South Korean (and Taiwanese) claims—here’s a good graphic from the NYT. …