Australia’s next war

By Peter E Mulherin*

Going to war is one of the most significant decisions that any country makes, so it’s time we discussed what will happen the next time Australia is faced with the question.

Given the quickly deteriorating relationship between Iran and the United States, perpetual tensions on the Korean peninsula, a resurgent Taliban in Afghanistan, and the as yet undefeated Islamic State in Iraq and beyond, Australians would be naïve to assume our next military deployment will be in the far-distant future.  ​

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