The Pentagon's new Space Command will be the first step towards the US President's much-touted Space Force and will work to protect America's vast array of military satellites, which are largely unprotected.
Australia's leaders are under growing pressure to sign a new treaty for nuclear disarmament. But it won't work and will leave Australia dangerously exposed, write Ashley Townshend and Madelyn Creedon.
The first of Australia's next-generation fighter jets have touched down at their new home at Williamtown RAAF base in NSW.
The protests that have gripped France, led by the so-called gilets jaunes, are not only a backlash against high living costs and insufficient wages but an expression of individuality amid the limits society imposes on us, writes Claude Poissenot.
China's rise has been spectacular — hundreds of millions of people lifted out of poverty by their hard work. But we often lose perspective on just how powerful the country is, writes Kori Schake.
French Authorities are looking to avoid a repeat of the worst civil unrest in more than a decade, which saw groups of young men with masked faces, some carrying metal bars and axes, rioting on the streets of central Paris.
An "Australian eyes only" report shows Australian soldiers were often without the supplies they needed in battle during the war in Iraq 15 years ago.