Angus Houston and Rory Medcalf address the National Press Club. Registration fees apply.
At this information session, the National Security College’s academic team will be on hand to outline available courses, and provide you with tailored advice.
The speakers discuss the impact of the new US presidency for Australia’s national security and strategic outlook. This event will be held in Melbourne.
The speakers discusses the impact of the new US presidency for major power relations and the effects on Australia’s national security and strategic outlook. This event will be held in Brisbane.
Join a panel of experts to discuss this year’s US electoral campaign and the implications for Australia.
The speakers discuss how we can best protect Australia’s cyber and maritime lifelines. This event will be held in Adelaide.
This panel discussion asks what the election of a new US president means for Australian foreign and security policy. This event will be held in Sydney.
Leading speakers from India, China and Australia discuss the growing strategic rivalry brewing in the Indian Ocean between two great powers.
Richard Fontaine discusses how either a Democratic or Republican administration will tackle the foreign policy challenges of the post-Obama United States.
This talk pays particular attention to the inscription devices that produce land as an abstract space of given quantity (a hectare), and render land investible by enabling comparison of utility, value, and risk.