In this public seminar, a panel of experts and practitioners will focus on some of the core questions surrounding the mass detention of Turkic Muslims in China.
In this seminar, Nick Rasmussen will explore the relationship between the US national security community and the political administration, including the national security implications of the change in the balance of power in the US Congress.
As the US and Australia traverse election cycles, a panel of experts will discuss the outcome of the US midterm elections and how technology and geopolitics are impacting democracy.
The Women in National Security Conference is an exceptional forum on the future of national and international security. It combines a platform for ideas and a place to develop new leadership networks.
The National Security College’s Head, Professor Rory Medcalf, and Academic Director, Associate Professor Matthew Sussex, will be on hand with other lecturers to outline our courses, explain the options and provide you with tailored advice.
Launching his book Facts and Fears, James Clapper shares his experience as a leader of US intelligence
Understanding CCP interference and the actors who execute it is a critical first step in generating an effective response and re-calibrating our relationships with China.
This event is an opportunity for aspiring PhD candidates to meet College researchers, and discuss the PhD application process and potential research topics.
The emergence of social media has created a new vulnerability for open societies - a terrain crowded with illiberal propaganda, interference and weaponised narratives. In an age where accusations of the fake news, privacy invasion and information warfare are rife, come along to hear a panel of leading Cyber Security Commentators discuss their take on the interaction and policy ramifications of social media, fake news and privacy in today’s world.
Should negotiations prove pointless and the status quo persists, what would that mean for the Korean Peninsula and Indo-Pacific security?