war

Paying for War: How to afford a future of strategic competition

Wars are expensive and how they are paid for is important for both military capacity as well as political accountability. The two main ways to pay for wars are taxation and debt.

Japan bound - to launch our new dual degree

Dr Christopher Hobson is heading to Japan as the Program Convenor for our new dual degree with Ritsumeikan University.

Bell School historian receives top history prize

Professor Robert Cribb has been awarded Australia's most important award for history publications.

‘New Technologies’: Questions of Agency, Responsibility and Luck: Sarah Logan in Conversation with Toni Erskine

Sarah Logan, ‘ “New Technologies”: Questions of Agency, Responsibility and Luck: Sarah Logan in Conversation with Toni Erskine’, in Caroline Kaltofen, Madeline Carr, and Michele Acuto, eds,

The Four Flashpoints: How Asia Goes to War

A timely and authoritative account of the four most troubled hotspots in the world’s most combustible region.

SDSC War Studies Seminar: An Australian Band of Brothers

In his most recent book, An Australian Band of Brothers, Dr Mark Johnston tells the story of Don Company of the 2/43rd Australian Infantry Battalion – part of the 9th Division, which sustained more casualties and won more decorations than any other Australian division in the Second World War. Like his previous works on Australians at war, the book is a ‘warts and all’ exploration of the life of front-line servicemen.

Cascades of Violence: War, Crime and Peacebuilding across Asia

John Braithwaite and Bina D’Costa, Cascades of Violence: War, Crime and Peacebuilding across Asia, Canberra: ANU Press, 2018.

The Battle of Beersheba, 100 years on

https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/the-battle-of-beersheba-100-years-on/

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