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ANU leads national consultation on security

The National Security College at ANU will lead a whole-of-nation consultation on Australians’ views on national security.

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Xi Jinping says ‘two systems’ here to stay for Hong Kong

There is no reason to change Hong Kong's "one country, two systems" formula of governance, Chinese President Xi Jinping has said on a rare visit to the global financial hub after swearing in the city's new leader, John Lee.

NATO backs aid for ‘heroic’ Ukraine

NATO has branded Russia the biggest "direct threat" to Western security after its invasion of Ukraine and agreed plans to modernise Kyiv's beleaguered armed forces, saying it stood fully behind Ukrainians' "heroic defence of their country".

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Scott Morrison defends role in Pacific amid China deal

Sending the Pacific minister instead of the foreign minister to the Solomon Islands amid security negotiations with China was the right course of action, the prime minister maintains. 

US to visit Solomons on China security pact concern

White House Indo-Pacific coordinator Kurt Campbell and the US State Department's top official for Asia will travel this week to the Solomon Islands amid concerns that the Pacific country is making a security pact with China.

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