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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.
Media reports of the endorsement of the launch of a planning process to replace Australia's Collins class submarine fleet sometime in the 2020s have cited a cost of up to $25 billion. This paper explains why the cost might be so high, and examines some...
Modern submarines are stealthy and heavily armed with an array of weapons, including missiles, torpedoes and mines. They are able to strike targets on the surface, on land or even—in the not too distant future—in the air. Countering their impact requires a sophisticated capability including...