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Jennifer Collins
24 May 2022
Why is no-one talking about how the rising cost of living is impacting veteran families?
Jennifer Collins, chair of Australian War Widows NSW, sheds light on the impact of mounting cost of living pressures on the veteran community. ...
23 May 2022
Albanese, the Quad, and ‘JAUKUS’
Should Australia’s new prime minister begin his term in office by promoting Japanese membership in AUKUS? ...
20 May 2022
Did Russia lose the war the moment it invaded Ukraine?
Was Russia’s defeat in Ukraine a forgone conclusion following the West’s unanticipated response to the invasion? ...
19 May 2022
Ready to embark: Digitalisation and technology hit shipbuilding
Opinion: Industry 4.0 undoubtedly transformed manufacturing organisations across the globe but stopped short of impacting military and commercial ship...
18 May 2022
Has the US overstepped in Ukraine?
Has the Biden administration lost sight of the risks of overheated rhetoric in response to the ongoing war in Ukraine, playing into Putin’s hands an...
17 May 2022
The character of the modern battlefield and role of the digital warrior
Opinion: Major General (Ret’d) Rupert Jones CBE analyses the degree to which technology has changed the way that we fight across battlefields from ...
16 May 2022
Antarctica adrift: Australia’s southern blind spot
Read Dr Elizabeth Buchanan’s remarks for the 2022 Sea Power Conference panel on maritime competition on Australia’s southern flank – Antarctica....
12 May 2022
Partnering to advance Australia’s critical infrastructure development ambitions
With Defence spending increasing year on year by a further $575 billion forecast to 2030, it makes a lot of sense for strategic partnerships to be for...
11 May 2022
Revamping Australia’s Pacific strategy
How can Canberra strengthen relations with Pacific partners to thwart China’s ambitions in the region? ...
9 May 2022
Biden’s bane – The growing threat of nuclear war under his watch
Has the nuclear threat posed by hostile nations intensified under the Biden administration? ...
6 May 2022
Russia’s mistakes are China’s lessons
The invasion of Ukraine has called Russia’s military technology and doctrine into question. What lessons will the Chinese People’s Liberation Army...
5 May 2022
Is sovereign long-range missile manufacturing worthwhile?
Should Australia continue to pursue sovereign long-range missile capability or would Defence be better off purchasing off the shelf? ...
3 May 2022
Securing the defence ecosystem in the modern battlespace
Cyber security executive Sarah Sloan explains why defence policies must keep pace with technology to secure networks and platforms. ...
2 May 2022
Have surface ships and armoured vehicles passed their peak?
Will surface ships and armoured vehicles still play a critical role in the future battlespace? ...
29 Apr 2022
Responding to the new global security dynamic
How should Australia prepare for the real possibility of an imminent war between major powers? ...
27 Apr 2022
Loitering munitions, a game changer in Ukraine?
With over 800 kamikaze drones scheduled for delivery from the United States to Ukraine, will this capability be enough to give the Ukrainian military ...
22 Apr 2022
Reframing the NT defence infrastructure challenge
Opinion: ASPI’s Dr John Coyne discusses the defence estate challenge in northern Australia, urging new thinking on how to approach key infrastruct...
21 Apr 2022
Rethinking Australia’s defence innovation strategy
How should Canberra reform its approach to investment in defence innovation? ...
19 Apr 2022
Managing growing distrust for Australia in Indonesia
How should Canberra respond to an erosion of trust in Australia among Indonesians? ...
11 Apr 2022
Solving northern Australia’s defence infrastructure challenges
Opinion: Delivering infrastructure projects in the north of Australia brings an array of well-recognised challenges into play across social, economic,...

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