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Inquiry finds shortcomings in Australia’s foreign policy research

    

Senate committee calls for closer government links with universities and changes to recruitment

Australia should take steps to address gaps and shortcomings in its public research for foreign policy issues, according to a new parliamentary report.

The report, published on 17 August by the Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee, warned that “foreign policy practices and procedures of preceding decades are no longer fit for purpose, and are in need of a refresh”.

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