The former chief of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Peter Jennings, appears to be in serious denial about one thing: no matter the state of bilateral relations with China, Australia is dependent on that country for its economic well-being.
It looks like the defence industry lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, is running low on funds. Nothing else can account for the surfacing of its executive director Peter Jennings on the opinion pages of The Australian, conjuring up a fictional version of a Chinese bid to grab Taiwan.
The head of the defence lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, believes that bolstering Australia's defence is part of the solution to the current bilateral crisis with China.
The Australian Government-owned defence industry lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, appears to have spent oodles of American money on studies that are virulently anti-China, raising serious doubts over Canberra's claim that it has not picked a side in the battle for supremacy between the two global giants.
The defence industry lobby group Australian Strategic Policy Institute is acting to ratchet up tensions with Australia's major trading partner China and using funds it gets from the Federal Government for this purpose, more than $20 million at last count, the Australian arm of the Chinese telecommunications equipment company Huawei Technologies says in a strongly-worded blog post.
One good thing about cyber attacks on Australia is the fact that they unearth a large number of highly talented cyber security professionals who have been hiding in the shadows. Given the dearth of talent in this sector, it is indeed a welcome development.
The Australian Strategic Policy Institute, a think-tank that claims to be independent and non-partisan but which receives the bulk of its funds from defence firms, has accepted money from the US State Department's Global Engagement Centre to carry out a study on Australian universities that have collaborated on research with institutions in China, leading to questions about the integrity of the study.
In a thinly veiled attack on the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, which claims to be an independent think-tank but gets most of its financing from big defence firms, has managed to get most of its facts wrong.
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