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23 Nov 2021
Assessing Biden’s new approach to US-China relations
How will Xi Jinping respond to the Biden administration’s efforts to “recalibrate” relations, and what impact will this have on Australia’s ge...
26 Oct 2021
Preparing for war, virtually
When the leaders of Australia, the UK, and the US announced the formation of the AUKUS partnership, one of their key messages was the need to focus on...
25 Oct 2021
So we’ve scrapped the Naval contract, now what?
The French designed Attack Class submarine program has been aborted but a new procurement disaster now looms, writes independent senator for South Aus...
13 Oct 2021
Challenges for the nuclear submarine task force
What hurdles lie ahead for the nuclear submarine task force? Former Royal Australian Navy officer Christopher Skinner explores.  ...
12 Oct 2021
Helping industry reap the benefits of the AUKUS deal
Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price reflects on the new opportunities available to local businesses under the trilateral AUKUS partnership. ...
30 Sep 2021
The F-35 as the foundation of allied deterrence in the Indo-Pacific
Joe North, chief executive of Lockheed Martin Australia, explains why the company’s fifth-generation fighter jet will be the “lynchpin” of allia...
28 Sep 2021
Timely realisation of the Australian nuclear submarine force
Former RAN officer Chris Skinner explains how Australia could fill a potential capability gap exposed ahead of the delivery of a nuclear-powered subm...
24 Sep 2021
What does it all mean, and what can Australia do?
Senator for NSW and retired Major General Jim Molan analyses the new AUKUS partnership, and makes the case for Australia to develop a comprehensive na...
13 Sep 2021
Australia’s strategic deja vu
Global superpowers in decline and an unstable Indo-Pacific, we’ve seen it all before. Australia must look back into history to understand how we nav...
2 Sep 2021
Increased complexity demands training to match
The Australian Army faces new readiness challenges as the pace of technology development and mission scope rapidly evolve, writes Neale Prescott, dire...
27 Aug 2021
Australia and Japan’s alliance key to space race success
Dr Alex Grant, CEO and co-founder of Myriota, explains why Australia must leverage its partnership with Japan to accelerate the growth of its sovereig...
25 Aug 2021
Securing the nation’s data — Today’s most important defence
Paul Leahy from Qlik explains how Defence can best execute its new data strategy and build the nation’s resilience in today’s threat environment. ...
24 Aug 2021
Why we need an Australian sovereign space industry
Australia must reduce its dependence on foreign-owned space technology by redoubling efforts to harness local know-how and build a truly sovereign spa...
20 Aug 2021
Why cyber security in Australia is riper for disruption than ever before
Bruce Bennie from Juniper Networks highlights the evolving security risks posed by emboldened, malicious cyber actors. ...
18 Aug 2021
The Northern Territory: Pivotal to the Quad
The strategic importance of northern Australia in the nation’s defence will continue to grow amid a volatile Indo-Pacific and the re-emergence of t...
17 Aug 2021
New initiative fosters connection and support for female veterans
Soldier On’s Women’s Vet Connect program has kicked off across the country, supporting female veterans in their transition to civilian life, write...
16 Aug 2021
Networking Earth and orbit
The Internet of Space Things will connect sensors and relay comms to create new industries while improving existing sectors, write Professor Alan Duf...
13 Aug 2021
Why the Future Submarine Program needs a truly national supply chain
The Future Submarine Program is the biggest defence procurement in Australian history, and their construction must be a truly national endeavour, writ...
11 Aug 2021
Grappling with the new cyber paradigm
Nader Anabtawi from Palo Alto Networks weighs in on the growing threats to national security posed by malicious cyber actors. ...
10 Aug 2021
The multifaceted benefits of the sovereign guided missiles project
Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price explains why the sovereign guided missiles program is a critical step towards building a resilient indust...

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