defence policy

Why Australia Needs a Radically New Defence Policy

In this Centre of Gravity paper, three of Australia’s leading strategists and defence practitioners from the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Emeritus Professor Paul Dibb, Honorary Profe

New security reality demands new Australian policy

Australia’s international security outlook is starting to look very threatening, as Paul Dibb explains in The Strategist.

Geography, Power, Strategy and Defence Policy

Essays in honour of Paul Dibb

China and international security: A dialogue with distinguished Chinese scholars

A public forum organised by the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, ANU featuring

Australia and Indonesia consider joint patrols in South China Sea

Indonesia’s defence minister Ryamizard Ryacudu has raised the prospect of joint patrols during an annual meeting last week with Ms Bishop and Marise Payne, Australia’s defence minister. It comes as Mr Widodo prepares to address Australia’s parliament next week on his first state visit to the country.

Can we really be sure the US will underwrite Australia's security?

As the Turnbull government reviews its defence policy, Americans are becoming increasingly reluctant to take on all the world's problems.

Principle of self-reliance more important now than it has ever been

Relying on our allies to keep us safe is unwise, so Marise Payne's white paper needs to set out a plan to bolster our own defences.

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