In this episode of the Defence Connect podcast, hosts Liam Garman and Stephen Kuper examine how the Commonwealth’s upcoming surface fleet review will shape the future of Australian naval power projection and the impact of workforce shortages on Defence and defence industry.
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- The pair begin the podcast examining Babcock’s recent pitch to enhance the Royal Australian Navy’s firepower, and how it may shape Australian naval power.
- Kuper and Garman then unpack the Albanese government’s response to ongoing workforce shortages in Defence and defence industry.
- The podcast wraps up unpacking China’s waning economy and Australia’s exposure to global economic fluctuations.
Enjoy the podcast,
The Defence Connect team
Listen to previous episodes of the Defence Connect podcast:
Episode 413: PODCAST: Combating misinformation, with ADIA Excellence Award winner Dr Marian-Andrei Rizoiu
Episode 412: PODCAST: Unpacking the concept of the ‘Balanced Fleet’, with Jennifer Parker, ANU National Security College
Episode 411: PODCAST: Digital defence infrastructure, with former US Special Operations Command director of networks and services, Colonel (ret’d) Joseph M Pishock
Episode 410: SPOTLIGHT: Securing leading talent in the defence industry, with Shelley Willsmore and Miranda Van Hooff
Episode 409: PODCAST: Government commitment to defence based on considered, direct action, with Meryl Swanson MP
Episode 408: PODCAST: Improving ICT Hardware Sustainment essential to the future of Defence and National Security by Nick Asscher and Bill Freeman, Touchpoint
Episode 407: PODCAST: Opposition Defence team scathing of government’s commitment to Defence and defence industry
Episode 406: PODCAST: The lead up to Indo Pacific 2023
Episode 405: PODCAST: Military aircraft news around the world, with the Australian Aviation editor Adam Thorn
Episode 404: PODCAST: The lingering impact of Defence of Australia in our defence policy, with the Hon Kim Beazley AC
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