Semi-Weekly Bulletin

The Austral Peace and Security Network (APSNet) Semi-Weekly Bulletin covered critical national and regional security issues, broadly understood, in Australia and the surrounding region. Archives from 2005 until 2010.

APSNet, Semi-Weekly Bulletin

APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, May 14, 2007

  1. East Timor: Aussie Spy Planes Grounded after Crash
  2. Defence Inquiry on Bombing in Iraq
  3. East Timor: Balibo Five Let Down by Spy Slips
  4. Indonesia’s Defense System Must be Changed
  5. Afghan Leaders Urge Taliban Truce
  6. Warships in the Line of Fire
  7. The New Nuclear Arms Race
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, May 10, 2007

  1. Defence Department
  2. Attorney-General Department – AFP, ASIO
  3. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade – ASIS
  4. Prime Minister and Cabinet Department – ONA
  5. Analysis and Comment
  6. Foreign Aid up $3.2 Billion
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, May 7, 2007

  1. Joint Patrols with Indonesia to Crack Down on Illegal Fishermen
  2. East Timor Candidate Accuses Australians of Intimidation
  3. Howitzers Pack $600m Punch
  4. Another UN Group to Visit Fiji
  5. Indonesia: Jemaah Islamiyah’s Current Status
  6. Uranium for India: Avoiding the Pitfalls
  7. The Struggle over Iraqi Oil: Eyes Eternally on the Prize
  8. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, May 3, 2007

  1. Billion-Dollar Windfall for Military
  2. Jakarta Visit to Boost Fight against People Smugglers
  3. Australia-Sri Lanka: Two Face Court over Terror Funds
  4. PNG: Moti Affair Won’t Be Resolved until Diplomacy Resumes
  5. Australian Government Response to the Cole Report
  6. Fiji Says It’s Within Its Rights to Extend Emergency Regulations
  7. Exclusive Interview: Blackwater USA’s President Gary Jackson
  8. Fraser Damns ‘Inhumane’ PM
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, April 30, 2007

  1. The Time for Compromise over Iraq is Here
  2. Indonesia-Australia: Downer’s Holey Alliance Stirs a Cauldron of Dismay
  3. PM Lays Path for Nuclear Future
  4. Philippine Troops Launch Fresh Attacks on Muslim Militants
  5. Indonesia-Singapore to Discuss Details about Defense Cooperation
  6. PNG: National Alliance to Boost Army, Police
  7. Still Struggling for Independence: Elections in Timor Leste
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, April 26, 2007

  1. Customs Are All at Sea in our Uncharted Waters
  2. Troops in Iraq under Fire for the Third Time
  3. After Occupation: A Strategy for Iraq
  4. Labor to Boost Defence Spend
  5. Defence Backs Spanish Warship for $7bn Deal
  6. Oil Search Looks to Exxon in PNG
  7. Talks on EAGA-Northern Territory Trade Ties
  8. TNI, Australian Armed Forces Agree to Enhance Cooperation
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, April 23, 2007

  1. Diggers Securing Mideast Peace: Nelson
  2. UK Troops in Iraq Hand Over Province
  3. Iran, US take their fight to Afghanistan
  4. Sergeant Who ‘Threatened to Kill’ Faces Timor Inquiry
  5. Fiji: EU’s Roadmap
  6. Indonesia and Italy Sign Defense Agreement
  7. ALP May Send Force to Darfur
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, April 19, 2007

  1. Refugee Deal to Bring Cubans to Australia
  2. First Additional Troops Arrive in Afghanistan
  3. Fiji Administration Gazettes Suspension of Great Council of Chiefs
  4. Fiji: Troops in Iraq Bring in $1.2m
  5. Seasonal Workers Scheme Designed to Protect Pacific Workers in New Zealand
  6. Howard Can Make History with Indian Alliance
  7. Chinese Military Bases in Burma: The Explosion of a Myth
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, April 16, 2007

  1. Indonesia-China: China Looms Very Large
  2. Delhi Missile Tests Have Neighbours Nervous
  3. Indonesian Navy Foils Attempt to Smuggle Timber out of Papua
  4. Afghanistan: Digging in all over again
  5. S Korea to Withdraw Troops from Iraq
  6. Tonga Extends Emergency Regulations
  7. Moving Towards Sustainable Security
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APSNet Semi-Weekly Bulletin, April 12, 2007

  1. Afghanistan: High-Risk Mission for Troops
  2. Elections: East Timor Run-off on 8 May
  3. How to Get Out of Iraq
  4. Iraq: A Conflict that Spares No One
  5. Australia-Malaysia: Deal Signed to Combat People Smuggling
  6. Weapons Theft Sparks Review
  7. Bottomless Coffers Cost Army: Report
  8. Summary for Policymakers, Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability
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