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Op-Ed
4 August 2013

We have yet to devise policies that acknowledge the richness of Asian cultures, their literatures, their values, their ancient and still living wisdom. Our much vaunted multiculturalism could gain much from a deeper religious and ethical understanding as well as the political and legal systems that are integral to a re-emerging Asia.

The piece appeared in The Conversation

Op-Ed
29 May 2013

Will the ethics of war become collateral damage as America's use of drone technology takes off? writes Joseph Camilleri.

Published on the ABC's The Drum

Op-Ed
11 April 2013

Despite Australia's obvious national interests in the Middle East, our leaders have been strangely silent about the alarming security threats in that region, write Joseph A Camilleri and NAJ Taylor.

The article was published online on the ABC's The Drum

Op-Ed
4 April 2013

One thing is clear: North Korea, regardless of its belligerence, lacks the means to defeat South Korea, or to inflict any military damage on the United States. The motive therefore lies not in the execution of any military threat but in the theatre of threat-making. 

The piece appeared in The Conversation

Op-Ed
8 February 2013

The new year is scarcely a month old. Yet we have seen enough to know that the fires raging in different parts of the Middle East and North Africa will not easily abate – and that the firefighting efforts of Western governments may prove no more successful than in the past.

Op-Ed
1 December 2004

The article reviews the 2004 Australian federal election

Published in Eureka Street, Vol 14, No. 10, December 2004, pp. 11-12

Op-Ed
27 February 2003

Joseph A. Camilleri and Jim Falk, 'Brinkmanship must give way to dialogue', Australian Financial Review, 27 February 2002.

Op-Ed
5 May 1992

Joseph A. Camilleri, 'A new era for regional peace', The Age, 5 May 1992, p. 13.

Op-Ed
3 May 1992

'Cause for optimism in Asia-Pacific Area', The Canberra Times, 3 May 1992, pp. 8-9.

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