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Australian Strategic Policy Institute

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ASPI

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Report

2 Jun 2016

A discussion that focused on topics that ranged from the role of government and the private sector in combating terrorism and transnational organised crime to infrastructure development and professional services.

Executive summary

The second Australia–Africa Dialogue was held at the Royal Zambezi...

Report

18 Dec 2014

Presents competing views about Australia’s place in the world and the role it should have on the international stage.

Overview

Nothing fans the flames of a debate on The Strategist quite like a post that makes assertions about Australia’s place in the...

Report

22 Feb 2007

Improving Defence Management is the first major external review of Defence in almost a decade. As such, it represents a rare opportunity to bring in outside perspectives to improve the performance of the organisation. There is much at stake. Not only does Defence spend almost...

Report

16 Dec 2005

India matters to Australia, strategically, economically and diplomatically. At the fourth Australia–India Security Roundtable, held in Canberra in April 2005, fourteen strategic analysts from both countries met to discuss a range of important issues vital to each country's defence and security planning. This publication is...

Report

7 Jun 2005

This report gives interested readers greater access to the complex workings of the Australian defence fudget and promotes informed debate on defence budget issues. A summary is available online.

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Briefing paper

30 Nov 2018

Australia has fallen behind many other countries by failing to adopt an integrated approach to e-government that joins up all government services across the three tiers of government. For citizens, this makes life harder than it needs to be and consumes time that could be...

Report

28 Nov 2018

The South Pacific is becoming a more strategically crowded and contested space. But, despite the strong aid and defence relations Australia maintains with the island states, there’s been little attention given to date to the role of Australia’s private sector in the Pacific islands region....

Report

30 Oct 2018

The ‘grey zone’ has received much publicity in recent years as certain nation-states have employed indirect methods to achieve advantage over their opponents without recourse to open kinetic warfare.

Report

23 Oct 2018

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue between India, the US, Japan and Australia (the Quad, sometimes referred to as the QSD) was initiated more than a decade ago, but fell apart after Australia withdrew support in 2008. The four members restarted the idea (Quad 2.0) on the...

Report

17 Oct 2018

This report outlines the problems that are holding the private security guarding sector back from being an active participant in national counter-terrorist plans and presents recommendations to enable the private security industry to become an effective part of our counter-terrorism capability.

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Report

29 Jun 2016

This paper analyses Russia’s geopolitical ambitions, its military modernisation, the threat it poses to the international order, and how the West should respond.

Overview

Almost a quarter of a century after the demise of the USSR, Russia is back on the world...

Commentary

Article

24 Mar 2016

Australia hasn't experienced the type of attack seen in Brussels, but the threat is real, writes Jacinta Carroll.

Summary Islamic State has been losing territory in Iraq and Syria, so now it's moving the battle to where it can inflict some hurt. Australia...

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