Pages tagged by "terrorism"

NATIONAL SECURITY PODCAST - Counter-terrorism in China and the War on Uyghurs

Is western China experiencing jihadism, separatism or state terrorism?

National Security Podcast: Countering Violent Extremism

A story of the radicalisation of a Muslim youth

National Security Podcast: Binary Bullets

Binary Bullets - Cyberterrorism - Cyberwarfare

Transnational Serious and Organised Crime: a borderless threat

This two-day program exposes participants to wide-ranging perspectives on Transnational Serious and Organised Crime (TSOC) and its increasingly pervasive impact across the national security environment and into the community more broadly. The program will consider the implications of the emerging intersection between TSOC and national security intelligence, defence, policy and response activities, and will give insight into the critical role played by states and territories in combating the threat of TSOC. It will also provide participants with access to leading experts from across the national security landscape, spanning law enforcement, the intelligence community, think tanks and academia.

Anyone who wants to better understand how TSOC manifests as a national security issue would benefit from attending this program. Participants from inside and outside government are encouraged to nominate. There is no minimum security clearance requirement.

Past presenters for this program include: experts from the Australian Institute of Criminology, Australian Federal Police, Department of Home Affairs and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission.


Please click here to register or contact us at or on (02) 6125 2233 for further information.

The Xinjiang calculus

China’s first counter-terrorism law and what it means.

Can Pakistan find a way?

Pakistan needs to rebuild its languishing economy if it's to have any chance of tackling terrorism and other violence, writes PETER DRYSDALE.
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