'An incomplete project': Australians' views of the US alliance
The alliance with the United States remains the single most important element in Australia’s approach to managing strategic change in the Indo-Pacific. The authors of this report argue that as Australia adapts to an altered security landscape, it is more important than ever to look...
Escalating cooperation: nuclear deterrence and the U.S-Australia alliance
While few Australian policymakers have engaged with nuclear strategy in recent decades, this paper suggests that there is a growing realisation amongst the country’s foreign affairs and defence community that nuclear deterrence will become more relevant for Australian defence policy.
Australia and the Korean Crisis: confronting the limits of influence?
This paper argues that the apparent optimism surrounding the ‘season of summitry’ on the Korean Peninsula should be tempered by the fact that there are potential risks attached to engaging the North Korean leadership without preconditions
To choose or not to choose: how to deal with China's growing power and influence
This paper collects 10 items published on the ASPI blog 'The Strategist' by eight authors on one of the most important public policy issues of this decade and beyond: how to deal with China’s growing power and influence.
Conceptualising future threats to Australia's security
A key challenge for Australian policy makers is developing an understanding of the sorts of security threats likely to confront Australia in the years ahead. Typically, this cognitive process involves inferring from past and present trends to produce a prevailingly linear picture of future developments.