Special Forum

Australian foreign policy has long been underpinned by three broad objectives: commitment to the US alliance, active regional engagement in Asia, and promotion of and participation within the global rules-based order.2 By all accounts, these three pillars are certain to be reflected in Australia’s first foreign policy white paper in 13 years due to be released in the latter part of 2017, which will outline how the country can safeguard its national interest in what Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has recently described as a “brave new world,” one in part heralded by Trump’s election.3 

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