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Two and a half years after the first National Security Statement to Parliament, it can be argued that the first wave of national security reforms is over. The key building blocks of a national security ‘community’ have been put in place.
A more comprehensive strategic relationship between South Korea and Australia may be of increasing value given the tectonic shifts in our region, argues this report.
Authored by Carl Ungerer and Simon Smith, this report provides a clear-eyed assessment of the small but productive role...
This report argues that Australia’s role as a stable, low-cost supplier of key commodities to the emerging great powers of Asia, China and India, gives Canberra a greater diplomatic bargaining tool than previous governments have been willing to acknowledge.
The report makes four key...
This report examines rising tensions in the South China Sea, which are creating a difficult set of questions for Australian strategic policy.
In order to examine the origins and implications of this conflict, the paper provides an analysis of the complex political/military and international...
Since 2008, the Rudd government has commissioned over two dozen policy reviews on all aspects of national security, from terrorism to transnational crime. But integrating these various strands of security policy in an increasingly complex and complicated risk environment is a difficult task....
This report details the foreign policy views of Republican Presidential candidates.
As Washington focuses on the Republican race for persidential election in 2012, carl Ungerer looks at two themes surrounding the foreign and defence policy stances of the Republican candidates. The first theme is...
Carl Ungerer outlines the debate over US grand strategy occurring in Washington, where a common theme is that American grand strategy will increasingly need to rely on allies to share the burden of international security.
Walter Russell Mead once described US grand strategy as...