David Wroe is national security correspondent for The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald in Canberra.
David Wroe The senior spokesman for US-led operations in Iraq and Syria has emphatically backed Malcolm Turnbull's call for Europe to "step up" in the fight against the Islamic State terror group and said...
David Wroe The Australian and Kiwi military trainers working in Iraq have found they need to do things differently there.
David Wroe Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called on European countries to "step up" with stronger help to defeat the so-called Islamic State during a brief, unannounced visit to Australian troops in Iraq.
David Wroe and Latika Bourke Labor says the leaking of a photo of the woman at the centre of the Jamie Briggs affair may have constituted a crime and is threatening to refer it to police unless the Turnbull government...
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Former prime minister and United Nations leadership aspirant Kevin Rudd levels veiled swipe at Beijing and Washington.
David Wroe Senior Defence figures were furious when they found out about the plan.
David Wroe Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has savaged North Korea's latest test and is demanding action.
David Wroe Multiple South Australian Liberal sources have said that despite speculation Jamie Briggs will quit politics, there are firm indications he wants to fight the next election.
David Wroe Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a stinging slap-down to Coalition MPs who leaked against the female diplomat caught up in the Jamie Briggs affair.
David Wroe Through no fault of her own, a woman has been been caught up in the black arts of Canberra leaking.
David Wroe and Nicole Hasham Labor leader Bill Shorten has responded to Malcolm Turnbull's vow to fight an election on trade union reform, taking to Twitter to declare: "Bring it on".
David Wroe Labor leader Bill Shorten has responded to Malcolm Turnbull's vow to fight an election on trade union reform, taking to Twitter to declare, "bring it on".
David Wroe Elite Australian commandos guided more than 150 air strikes against the so-called Islamic State to help secure the Iraqi Army's most significant victory so far against the brutal jihadist...
David Wroe, Clay Lucas The Turnbull government will ask the federal parliament to urgently pass laws ensuring the integrity of unions and the construction industry following the trade union royal commission handing down...
David Wroe, Clay Lucas, Nicole Hasham The trade union Royal Commission has referred Victorian MP Cesar Melhem and former union boss Kathy Jackson to prosecutors for possible charges, and concluded unions are riddled with "widespread" and...
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Australia and Indonesia have declared their relationship back on track amid improved co-operation on counter-terrorism and shared concerns about peace in the South China Sea.
David Wroe Australia and Japan have called for "freedom of navigation and overflight" in the contested South China Sea in a shoulder-to-shoulder signal to Beijing against further efforts to dominate the...
David Wroe Australia's military operations chief says it is now a matter of "when, not if" the Islamic State terror group is defeated in Iraq.
David Wroe and Mark Kenny ASIO chief Duncan Lewis called just two MPs about the political debate around Islam, and neither of those has complained about the calls, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said.
David Wroe The war within the Coalition on national security has gone nuclear.