international security

Reflections of a Frustrated Nuclear Disarmer - Dinner Keynote Address

"Working for nuclear disarmament, not just in North Korea but worldwide, may be just about the most important thing anyone concerned for the future of our common humanity could be doing."

Korean Peninsula in Crisis: What can Australia do?

The Korean flashpoint stands at a potentially dangerous tipping point. The chances of conflict here are the greatest they have been since the Korean War of 1950-53, with respected experts putting them as high as 50 percent. Yet the recent Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea appears to have created a potential diplomatic opening in this deepening crisis.

Australia, Japan, and Regional Security: Exploring Policy Frameworks and Approaches

ANU is joining the University of Tokyo to develop a project designed to generate regular and systematic dialogue between our best graduate coursework students studying international relations and regional security issues as they relate to evolving Australian-Japanese security ties

Nuclear 'Breakout': Risks and Possible Responses

Critics of nuclear weapons abolition have long argued that, in an ostensibly disarmed world, ‘rogue’ states could renege on their treaty commitments, secretl

Hedley Bull and International Security

Hedley Bull made a significant contribution to international security studies, but his role as a security theorist remains largely unexplored.

Ameliorating the Security Dilemma: Structural and Perceptual Approaches to Strategic Reform

According to the international relations literature, the security dilemma poses a significant threat to peace.

Recasting Common Security

The recent debate on new approaches to security has been marked by a mixture of platitudinous observations and an ad hoc search for policy relevance.

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