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Control and command

15 September 2015

Growing wealth and rivalry has turned Asia into a great arms bazaar, with an increased likelihood of maritime conflict. How can we ensure peace prevails? Michael Wesley writes. In Asia, where the...

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Australian foreign policy in the spotlight

19 August 2015

A recent ANU conference has sought to evaluate the state of Australia’s international relations in the face of a diverse set of challenges.The Australia 360 forum, hosted by the Coral Bell School of...

Scholarship to create leaders that make a difference

18 August 2015

A new scholarship valued at up to $120,000 over two to three years will offer students pursuing research or coursework postgraduate studies a unique opportunity to develop their...

Friends and neighbours

6 August 2015

Deepening ties between Australia and Japan in the past few years have led to each nation considering the other its most important security partner after the United States, a think tank says....

Harvard bound

Harvard bound

31 July 2015

An Australian National University (ANU) PhD graduate from the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC) has been awarded a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University.Kalman Robertson...

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International Security Studies student wins gold at World University Games

8 July 2015

Australian Uniroos swimmer and ANU student Justin James has successfully defended his 200 metre Individual Medley title he won in 2013, by...

Densus 88 counter-terrorism police commandos march during operations on a house in Malang, in eastern Java on March 26, 2015. Image by AFP.

Countering Islamic State is a way to strengthen Australia-Indonesia relations

24 June 2015

The emergence of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq in early 2014 has refocused Australian government attention on terrorist threats abroad, particularly in Indonesia. Australia's concerns are well...

A soldier from the Philippines, patrolling a beach on Pagasa Island,  at the Spratly group of islands in the South China Sea. Image by AFP.

South China sea dilemma: not just a territorial dispute

4 June 2015

Beijing has cast a peaceful light on its construction of airfields, ports and radar antennae on 800 hectares of new man-made islands in the South China Sea, claiming they are intended for...

Australia’s anti-Islamic State pushback must be made to work

21 May 2015

Former diplomat and essayist Owen Harries once bemoaned our tendency to be blinkered by our “parochialism of the present”. He described it as the tendency to believe that what is happening now, and...

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B-1 bombers brouhaha: minor disrupt, big rift

19 May 2015

In a showdown with China, Obama would face a humliating back down or an unwinnable war. Does Abbott want to be part of that? writes HUGH WHITE   Our government was embarrassed and angry last week...

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