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11 Mar 2022
Driving a wedge between Putin and Xi
Should the United States and its international partners exploit the “deep mistrust” between Putin and Xi to undermine their geostrategic co-operat...
10 Mar 2022
Submarine basing on Australia’s east coast – issues for early discussion
Navy veteran and defence industry analyst Christopher Skinner unpacks the Commonwealth government’s recent decision to develop a new naval base alon...
9 Mar 2022
How serious is Putin’s threat of nuclear war?
Could Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have nuclear consequences? ...
8 Mar 2022
‘Regional lift-off’ — Powering industry via the Hawk Lead-In Fighter project
Andrew Chapman from BAE Systems Australia explains how the Commonwealth government’s recent decision to extend the company’s Hawk Lead-In Fighter ...
3 Mar 2022
Russia, Ukraine and the second cold war
Is Russia’s invasion of Ukraine a symptom of an “unrecognised and unacknowledged” cold war? ...
28 Feb 2022
Russia-Ukraine clash poses quandary for Middle East, India
How will India, Iran, Israel, and Turkey manage their complicated relationship with Moscow in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine? ...
24 Feb 2022
A secure approach to information superiority
The world’s militaries are increasingly looking to Australia for an approach to information superiority that is executable within the constraints of...
22 Feb 2022
Answering the Chinese challenge with boldness and transparency
Why Australia must capitalise on public support for a strong stance on China to advance its long-term national security interests. ...
18 Feb 2022
The Indo-Pacific consequences of Ukraine action
How will the United States’ response to tensions in Eastern Europe shape its strategy in the Indo-Pacific? ...
16 Feb 2022
A faster and fairer ADF through AI
Machine learning can be used in day-to-day tasks within the ADF to take unnecessary administrative responsibilities off Commanders, and help them get ...
15 Feb 2022
Is the Quad finally on the front foot?
Are the Indo-Pacific’s most powerful democracies beginning to break ground in the fight to curb authoritarian aggression in the region? ...
14 Feb 2022
Unpacking China’s modern Taiwan strategy
Last year, US General John Hyten explained that China’s rate of military innovation was “stunning”. Despite closing the gap on the United State...
11 Feb 2022
Has the West bought into China, Russia’s grand deception?
Have Beijing and Moscow fooled Western democracies into yielding ground in the tussle for geopolitical supremacy? ...
10 Feb 2022
Q & A: Greg Barsby, managing director of QinetiQ Australia
This Q&A is a transcript of a recent podcast between Greg Barsby, managing director of QinetiQ Australia and Defence Connect which can be viewed ...
10 Feb 2022
Q & A: Professor Roger Bradbury, Emeritus Professor of Complex Systems
This Q&A is a transcript of a recent podcast between Roger Bradbury, Emeritus Professor of Complex Systems and Defence Connect which can be viewe...
10 Feb 2022
Informing the future – Lessons from Australia’s militias
During the interwar period, economic, doctrinal and sociological issues impacted the warfighting capabilities of Australia’s compulsory and voluntee...
9 Feb 2022
Q & A: Matthew Jones, CEO of EOS Defence Systems
This Q&A is a transcript of a recent podcast between Matthew Jones, chief executive officer of EOS Defence Systems and Defence Connect which can ...
9 Feb 2022
Protecting American interests in the Middle East
For decades, the Middle East and Western Asia were the focal points of US defence and foreign policy. However, in the era of great power competition a...
8 Feb 2022
The forgotten menace — Is ISIS resurging?
Is the extremist group slowly regaining a foothold in the Middle East as the West recalibrates its geostrategic priorities? ...
7 Feb 2022
China’s civilian fleet
The role of commercial fishing vessels in disrupting military activities is not new. However, the democratisation of military technology has enabled c...

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