James Curran is a professor of history at the University of Sydney and non-resident fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy.
As a contributor
The latest issue of Australian Foreign Affairs examines China’s ultimate goals as an emerging superpower, including the extent of its territorial ambitions.
The New Domino Theory looks at Australia's place in China’s long-term plans and at the threat – if any – that Beijing poses to Australian security, politics and society.
- Power play: What does China want from Australia?
- Uncommon destiny: How Beijing sees the world
- Agents and influence: Inside the foreign interference threat
- No daylight: Behind the Labor-Coalition consensus on AUKUS and China
PLUS Correspondence on AFA18: We Need to Talk About America, The Fix, and more
Could India, an emerging giant and growing geopolitical player, change the balance of power in the Indo-Pacific?
Extracts by James Curran
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