Australia and India are Coming Closer Due to the Increasing Chinese Power

Australia and India are Coming Closer Due to the Increasing Chinese Power

The process of reinforcement of relations between Canberra and New Delhi has been observed since 2009, when representatives of the two countries adopted a Declaration on Security Cooperation, according to which India and Australia act together on issues related to combating terrorism, ensuring regional security, as well as coordinating their foreign policy. The reason for…

No One Should Be Surprised That New Zealand Will Probably Be the Next Member of AUKUS

No One Should Be Surprised That New Zealand Will Probably Be the Next Member of AUKUS

The geostrategic pieces are all falling into place one after another to create the compelling impression that the US-led NATO proxy war on Russia through Ukraine has failed to achieve the grand strategic goals that were expected of it, which is why Washington is now willing to speed up the inevitable resumption of its “Pivot…

The US Wants to Use China’s Neighbors Against It – Will the Plan Succeed?

The US Wants to Use China’s Neighbors Against It – Will the Plan Succeed?

Last week, US Vice President Kamala Harris gave a video address to the Pacific Islands Forum – a multilateral meeting consisting of the archipelago nations of the South Pacific, commonly grouped as ‘Polynesia’ and ‘Melanesia’. In the exchange, Harris vowed to increase US cooperation with the island nations, warned of ‘bad actors’, and pledged to re-open…

The AUKUS Security Pact: Technology and Militarizing Australia

The AUKUS Security Pact: Technology and Militarizing Australia

Think tanks across Australia, tanked with cash from US sources and keen to think in furious agreement, are all showing how delighted they are with the AUKUS security pact and what potential it has for local, if subordinated industry.  The United States Studies Centre, a loudspeaker for Washington’s opinions based at the University of Sydney,…

China-Solomon Islands Relations will Change the Balance of Powers in the Pacific

China-Solomon Islands Relations will Change the Balance of Powers in the Pacific

In April 2022, the world learned that China and the Solomon Islands had concluded a framework security treaty allowing China to deploy its naval forces in a small but strategically important nation in Oceania, just 2,000 km off the coast of the largest state in the South Pacific, Australia. At this point, however, the Chinese…

Australia Chases the Dragon

Australia Chases the Dragon

Despite the Labour Party winning their recent election, Australia remains NATO’s aggressive pit bull in the Southern Seas, Declan Hayes writes. Despite the Labour Party winning their recent election, Australia remains NATO’s aggressive pit bull in the Southern Seas. No sooner had the Labor Party regained power but Penny Wong, their new Foreign Minister was,…