In this public seminar and scenario workshop, the speakers will explore how sophisticated toolkits developed by Russia and China have spread their influence abroad
Experts from the Washington DC-based Center for Strategic and International Studies discuss challenges to the US-Australia alliance.
Gregory Treverton maps the current threat landscape and discusses how it will likely evolve out to 2020.
Admiral Scott Swift discusses the forces that influence stability in the Indo-Pacific and the role of allied naval forces in navigating change and uncertainty.
Irving Lachow discusses the potential benefits and risks of active cyber defence options and recommends steps that government, corporate and academic leaders can take to address this complex issue.
At this special event, the Institute for Economics and Peace will discuss its 2017 Global Peace Index. With more than ten years of data, the report provides the world’s best analysis of the statistical factors associated with long-term peace as well the macroeconomic impacts of violence.
Join the network of experienced national security researchers, practitioners and policymakers in this event to explore which degree and combination of courses best suit your needs.
The speakers share their insights on the challenges, successes and the future of the US-Australia alliance.
Former US ambassador and Assistant Defense Secretary, David Shear, and Center for Strategic and International Studies Fellow, Dr Zack Cooper, offer their assessments of the region’s chief strategic problems and what the US can and should do.
Dr Witold Waszczykowski discusses Poland’s regional challenges with a particular focus on Russian aggression and migrants from the Middle East and North Africa.