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This publication that brings together information across the full-range of Defence activity in a single, reference source.
Defence and strategy looking at the constitutional and legislative basis for Defence, the military justice system, Australian strategic policy and Australia's place in...
Japan will remain an introverted strategic player during the next decade, and for Australia, the challenge is how to partner with that inward-looking Japan.
Japan has endured a difficult couple of decades, but probably confronts another. With its economy stalled, its political system still...
This report suggests that with rising Chinese influence in the region, the US appears to doubt that Australia can deliver on South Pacific issues.
The Pacific Island members of the United Nations now meet under the rubric of the Pacific Small Islands Developing States...
In this paper, Andrew Davies and Edward Mortimer look at Australia's energy security. Energy is the lifeblood of modern economies. The correlation between energy consumption and prosperity is strong—and that's unlikely to change. Those simple observations have some profound implications.
This paper considers the driving geopolitical, economic and strategic forces behind Russia’s current strategic fixation with the Asia – Pacific – Indian Ocean region and provides some key recommendations for Australian policymakers.
In mid-November 2011, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard held talks with Russian...
This report argues that Asia–Pacific states need to allocate greater resources to risk reduction activities and increase the speed and effectiveness of relief efforts.
Australia, Japan and the US are active in promoting disaster risk management as a key component of their Asia–Pacific relations...
Australia’s submarine fleet should be managed not as a succession of essentially distinct projects and equipment types, but in a holistic capability-focused way.
The future submarine project is potentially the nation's biggest ever engineering undertaking. But at the moment it is making little progress....
Given the pace and spread of cyber attacks around the world, Canberra and Washington will be spending a lot more time consulting.
October was cybersecurity month in Washington. On Capitol Hill and in several think tanks around town, US policymakers and analysts focused on...
Providing the ADF with state of the art equipment can be a challenging business. Sometimes the world market can provide a proven solution with the right level of capability, but often that isn't the case.
Then it's a matter of...
This paper argues that while succession is looking more assured in Pyongyang – with Kim Jong-eun set to accede to the leadership – this period represents a time of potential instability in North Korea.
Additionally, the North’s unveiling of a uranium enrichment facility, and...