Deaths of Iranian Senior Commander and Australian Mossad Asset Lift the Veil on Israel’s Shadow War

February 20, 2013 in News

UPI | The assassination of an Iranian general in Syria and the discovery of the mysterious death in an Israeli prison of an Australian linked to Israel’s intelligence have, once again, exposed the murky and complex shadow war being fought in the Middle East.

Australian Federal Police Bust Internet Drug Dealer, DEA Says Its “Heavily Involved” in Silk Road Investigations

February 6, 2013 in News

Olivia Solon Ars Technica February 6, 2013   An Australian drug dealer has become the first person to be convicted of a Silk Road-related crime, after using the black marketplace [...]

Australian military testing new special forces fighting machine

January 10, 2013 in News

Fox News | Mad Max could use one of these. Australian special forces are testing the latest machine from British military contractor Supacat.

Australian spies demand immunity to ‘infiltrate, train’ with terrorist groups

December 28, 2012 in News

New Kerala December 28, 2012   Intelligence officials in Australia are demanding legal immunity to infiltrate and train with terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda. The Attorney-General’s Department wants to authorise Australian [...]

Not Backing Down: China Responds to the US Rebalance to Asia

December 26, 2012 in News

Global Asia | At the beginning of US President Barack Obama’s first term, China welcomed the US administration’s intention to pay more attention to Asia in the conduct of its foreign policy.