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Preparing for a world of artificial intelligence

9 June 2020

As artificial intelligence becomes more prevalent in our society, a new research project is considering what threat it could pose to our way of life and the lessons we can learn from similar...

Call for papers: Special 'Security Challenges' issue on Geoeconomics

5 June 2020

About the journal Security Challenges is Australia’s only peer-reviewed journal focused on security across its many policy domains. The journal reaches a wide audience of government, corporate and...

Asia illiteracy

28 May 2020

For decades, successive Australian governments have recognised that Asia holds the key to our nation’s economic prosperity and security. Australia has built up massive trading relationships with...

Common wealth? The state of Australian foreign policy

28 May 2020

While there is a diversity of views on Victoria’s Belt and Road Initiative agreement with Beijing, there seems to be universal agreement on a solution: the federal government should simply assert its...

President Trump and Prime Minister Morrison

The illusion of a middle power moment

19 May 2020

To be a middle power requires a modest disbelief in power. These states take their medium-sized resources and direct them towards big objectives. This may be reactive, searching for self-preservation...

Thai domestic politics threatens to derail its diplomacy

19 May 2020

Thailand has been a treaty ally of the United States since 1954, but its political direction since 2006 — amid warming strategic ties with Beijing — is placing serious pressure on the alliance....

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How does the ‘Pacific’ fit into the ‘Indo-Pacific’?

15 May 2020

How does the ‘Pacific’ fit into the ‘Indo-Pacific’? What are the implications of the changing geopolitics of the Pacific Islands for the region and Australia? Does the ‘Blue Pacific’ concept have the...

What Allies Want: Reconsidering Loyalty, Reliability, and Alliance Interdependence

13 May 2020

International diplomacy stretches well beyond pleasantries and 30-second media grabs. How one ally perceives and responds to the behaviour of another, can influence significant trade or economic...

Supporting democratic values and institutions in Southeast Asia

12 May 2020

The Department of Political and Social Change (PSC) has received a doubled level of funding from the Australian Government for a wide-ranging research project on Southeast Asia. This supports the...

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Putin on a perilous rodeo ride of connected crises

12 May 2020

This article was written by Paul Dibb AM, Emeritus Professor of Strategic Studies at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre. Russia is experiencing a triple ­crisis that threatens to undermine the...

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