Interviews, commentary and analysis given by staff and associates of the Nautilus Institute.
Beijing says Pentagon has ‘cold war mentality’, Sen Lam with Richard Tanter, ABC, 5 March 2008 “What’s happened in the past year is Washington moving to balance India against China, and Australia of course being somewhat caught in between there. Hence Foreign Minister Smith’s remarks earlier this year that Australia would no long take part […]Go to the article
New Foreign Minister in mission to US and Japan, Sen Lam with Richard Tanter, ABC, 24 January 2008 “I think that the Bush administration is well aware of the political realities of its allies around the world. On the other hand Mr Smith will be at pains to point out to the Bush administration that […]Go to the article
Indonesia’s Ailing Suharto Eludes Court, Anthony Deutsch, AP, 18 January 2008 “There is enough evidence against Suharto to try him under international law for crimes against humanity and genocide”, said Richard Tanter, a professor of international relations at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. “The idea of pursuing old, sick men is unattractive, but the basic […]Go to the article
Peter Hayes: Concerns remain despite NKorea nuclear dismantling, Connect Asia, ABC Radio Australia, 2007-11-11. “The North Koreans are taking a very stringent line of this and that’s not surprising and I think that’ll be the be the case all the way through the disablement and ultimate dismantlement process,” “There are power plants operating in North […]Go to the article
Peter Hayes: Vietnam could be hit hard by global warming, Thanh Nien News, 2007-11-09. “Vietnam is one of the most vulnerable environments due to its location on the planet. It is already subject to some of the earth’s most powerful weather systems and the increased frequency and intensity of storms will affect it often and […]Go to the article