Tag Archive for: "geopolitics"
Sunny Asian century versus dark Indo-Pacific

Asia’s rise is changing the world. This is a defining feature of the 21st century—the Asian century. These developments have profound implications for people everywhere. Asia’s extraordinary ascent has already changed the Australian economy, society …

The Afghanistan conundrum

In January 2018, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani publicly admitted that without American support, his government and the Afghan National Army couldn’t last very long. That remains the case today: the government is in disarray and …

Alliances and the malaise of the West

The geopolitical aspects of David Goodhart’s The road to somewhere have been raised by Paul Dibb. The changes taking place in domestic politics and societal norms in Europe and the US are likely to be …

Policy, Guns and Money: Interns take control

In this episode, we speak to our interns as their time with ASPI comes to an end. Luke Courtois, Mali Walker, Genevieve Feely and Rhys De Wilde speak about their time at ASPI, how their research interests …