Out of the Blue: Rising to the Challenges of Australia’s Maritime Security
By Tom Bamforth, Tom Barber, and Grant Wyeth
Australia has an opportunity to play a more proactive role in coordinating a regional framework to address security concerns across numerous domains.
Australia’s Deterrence Dichotomy
By Michael Clarke
Deterrence is the fulcrum of Australian defense policy, but questions of where, what, and how remain unanswered – especially regarding the new SSNs.
Australia’s Growing Defense Focus on the Northern Territory
By John Garrick and Michael Hatherell
As Australia’s military ties with the U.S. deepen, the Top End becomes even more vital to Australian security.
AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific: Geopolitics, Technology, and Deterrence
By Ankit Panda
What does the new U.S.-UK-Australia trilateral cooperative partnership entail?
2020 Australian Defense Strategic Update: The Revenge of Geography
By Peter J. Dean
Australia’s strategic environment is rapidly changing and along with it the risks that the nation’s defense policy must manage.
Australia Plans $190 Billion Defense Boost Over Decade
By Associated Press
Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned that the post-pandemic world will become more dangerous.
Keeping Brexit in Perspective for Australia
By Margherita Matera, Laura Allison-Reumann, and Philomena Murray
Going forward, Australia will need to balance its ties with the U.K. and the EU.
Why is Australia Investing in Electronic Warfare?
By Helen Clark
Future military concerns, of course, but also #jobsngrowth
Australia's 'Forward' Defense White Paper
By Euan Graham
If one word could sum up the document, it would be 'forward.'