The View From Down Under
Reading the Tea Leaves in Canberra
Political chaos in Australia masks growing political cohesion on national security issues—and a hardening line on China.
The China Challenge
There is a growing consensus among Western governments about the risks posed by China’s security, industrial, and commercial policies.
The Open Society and Its Enemies
China’s Influence Game Down Under
China’s sophisticated infiltration of Australian politics is a troubling example of how authoritarian states can subvert open societies. The United States should heed the lesson.
Doing the Impossible
The Impossible Presidency grounds contemporary debates about the presidency in a historical understanding of the office—and shows why its recent occupants don’t measure up.
Asia's Game of Thrones
The Pacific Power
By More Than Providence is an insightful study—combining theory, history, and experience—of American grand strategy in Asia. It’s also a practical guide for extending American influence and power in the region.
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