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2015 John Gee Memorial Lecture - Peter Varghese

For a hundred years, humans have had the capacity to attack each other with devastating chemical weapons. Seven decades ago, mankind unlocked the secret of the nuclear bomb. In the 21st century, we also fear biological attack, robotic drones and, increasingly, cyber warfare as potential weapons of mass destruction.

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Southeast Asian Frontiers

ANU security studies student Zac Lombardo shares his experience of studying abroad as part of the Southeast Asian Frontiers course.

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Discover the Garrurru Postgraduate Indigenous Scholarship

Muruwari descendent and Master of Public Policy graduate Hannah Dawson discusses what encouraged her to apply for the Garrurru Postgraduate Indigenous Scholarship and how the scholarship’s flexibility assisted her studies.

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Dealing with Threats in Tumultuous Times: General Jim Mattis

In this talk, General Mattis, former commander of US Central Command discusses the changing security environment.

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Power Shift - John Garnaut in Conversation with Hugh White

Five years ago, Hugh White lobbed a grenade into Australia€™s debate about the world with his Quarterly Essay €˜Power Shift€™.

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US Invitation for Australian Combat Role in Syria - John Blaxland on The Drum

ABC The Drum's John Barron talks to John Blaxland about US invitation for Australian combat role in Syria.

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Is Australia Ready for Today's Foreign Policy Challenges? (2015)

In this video from the sidelines of the Australia 360 conference, international relations and policy experts Michael Wesley and Hugh White discuss the foreign policy challenges Australia faces in the 21st century.

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The 1970s and Australian Foreign Policy: Echoes to Today?

This video recorded at ANU on the 6th of August 2015 seeks to broadly canvass the impact of the 1970s era on Australian foreign policy. It explores why this decade was so significant for Australian policy, and covers some of the key personalities and events in the period.

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Why China will not Become the Dominant Power in Asia

In this public lecture, Paul Dibb and John Lee pick apart the assumption that China is set to dominate the region and outline how the challenges it faces today may mean its future as number one in Asia is not assured.

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