21 Jan, 2016
When Prime Minister Turnbull visits the Oval Office this week, he faces clear choices about the kind of foreign policy leadership he offers Australia. In an ideal world, our Prime Minister would be confident and forthright about Australian values and interests, supportive of the American approach where this aligns with our own, and critical where it doesn’t. That’s unlikely to happen. If anything characterises Australian foreign policy today, it is silent complicity.