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India & Australia – An Outsiders Perspective

Posted by Ahana Rosha
January 16, 2019

Although Australia and India officially established their strategic partnership in 2009, both countries have maintained diplomatic relations since 1941. Australia and India share intersecting economic, political, and social ties. Free press, the English language, cricket, and secular democracies are some attributes of each nation that create a basis of commonality. Australia has prioritised India, its tenth largest trading partner and fifth largest export market, as its most significant international relationship….

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Indian-Style Strategic Autonomy is Australia’s Future

Indian-Style Strategic Autonomy is Australia’s Future
Posted by Robert McColl
October 30, 2018

Indian-Style Strategic Autonomy is the best way for Australia to navigate the choppy waters of a changing Asia.

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Foreign Policy – Arbitrary or Accommodative?

Foreign Policy – Arbitrary or Accommodative?
Posted by Adha Lone
September 17, 2018

Foreign Policy has become a complex art of compromises and consensus. The current global scenario with it’s rapidly evolving  cultural, ethnic and political diversities demands it to be so. While the traditional and academic view holds that the domain of foreign policy belongs exclusively to the Centre, the political view strongly argues in favor of realism and advocates that internal differing views and sensitivities should be factored in to merge…

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The Ragnarök of Renewables- A Conflict between the Future of Energy and an Economy of the Past

The Ragnarök of Renewables- A Conflict between the Future of Energy and an Economy of the Past
Posted by Deekhit Bhattacharya
July 6, 2018

The world is frantically attempting to dismantle an ecologically inconsiderate global economy. The international community has been tirelessly ironing out differences amongst nations to arrest climate change as it occurs. Australia however, stands divided on the issue. Its economic and environmental interests seem to be poles apart, with dissonance degenerating into policy conflict. The country is the world’s third largest producer of coal, and is aiming to become the largest…

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Indo-Australian Trade – Issues and Perspectives

Indo-Australian Trade – Issues and Perspectives
Posted by Deekhit Bhattacharya
June 20, 2018

India’s increasing capitalisation of its geographic position has reoriented its attention towards the Indo- Pacific. India’s footprints and engagements in the region are simultaneously broadening and deepening. One such relationship which has shown immense contemporary growth is the one between India and Australia. Politically and economically converging, trade between the two nations has evolved into being multifaceted and ever expanding. Today, India stands as Australia’s fifth largest Export market while…

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  • Indian-Style Strategic Autonomy is Australia’s Future
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  • The Ragnarök of Renewables- A Conflict between the Future of Energy and an Economy of the Past
  • Indo-Australian Trade – Issues and Perspectives

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