Caitlin Malone


About Caitlin Malone

Caitlin is completing her Bachelors of International Relations at the ANU, with a minor in Human Rights. She is particularly passionate about issues concerning international law and security. She hopes to complete her Masters in International Law at the ANU and continue improving her French language skills.

Rohingya Muslims Protest In Malaysia

The plight of Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence and persecution has been troubling, and recent protests in Malaysia have only served to underscore this point. On August 30, over 1,000 ethnic Rohingya protested against the government and military oppression, leading to a surge of refugees fleeing the violence. The protests took […]


The U.S. Should Employ A Non-Combative Strategy In Response To Escalating North Korean Ballistic Missile Capabilities

After weeks of defiant ballistic missile tests, North Korea has begun testing a new anti-aircraft weapons system and has ordered the proliferation of its development across the country, according to North Korea state news last Sunday. The last ballistic missile test was as recent as one week ago, and eight […]


China Pledges To Continue Supporting Paris Climate Agreement Despite Threat Of U.S. Withdrawal

In a telephone call to then French President-elect Emmanuel Macron last Tuesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping reaffirmed China’s pledge to uphold the Paris Agreement. The Paris Agreement, which entered into force in November 2016, aims to limit the rise in global temperature to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels by […]