Security agencies assume greater role in Australian policymaking

The question taxing many is why are our security services and not the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) running our relationship with China? The answer is complex and begins with the onset of the Howard era in 1996 and continues to this day.

Security agencies assume greater role in Australian policymaking

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