Civil unrest and leadership in the United States

Dr Jennifer Hunt talks to BBC Radio on the recent civil unrest in Charlottesville Virginia and the response from President Trump.

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Civil Unrest and Leadership in the United States.

Cyberwarfare: How the digital revolution can change the rules of engagement

When does a cyber attack become an act of war? asks Dr Adam Henschke.

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India seems like a natural trade partner for Australia but there are obstacles

Dr David Brewster on the tremendous opportunities for Australia in the vast Indian marketplace.

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India seems like a natural trade partner for Australia but there are obstacles

Why Xi Jinping’s Belt & Road rhetoric of inclusion rings hollow among the Muslim Uygurs of Xinjiang

Michael Clarke says the creation of a veritable police state in Xinjiang is fuelling alienation and even radicalisation among Uygurs.

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Interview: The promise and peril of active cyber defence

Michelle Mosey and Dr Irving Lachow explore the potential benefits and risks of active cyber defence options and recommend steps for all involved.

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Dr Irving Lachow

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