Pages tagged by "Expert commentary"

No such thing as defeat for Islamic State’s propaganda machine

Mosul has fallen and Raqqa is under siege, but the propaganda battle lies ahead, writes Haroro Ingram.

Terror we can avoid

Pyro-terrorism is now a genuine threat in our major cities, writes Anthony Bergin

The West is sleepwalking to war with North Korea

Roger Bradbury, Chris Barrie and Dmitry Brizhinev write

Doklam: Who won?

Rory Medcalf writes on Doklam, a disputed Himalayan territory.

Marawi and after: how Australia can help

Australia needs to calibrate its response to the crisis in Marawi, argues John Blaxland, Jacinta Carroll, Andrew Carr and Marty Harris in the NSC's sixth Policy Options Paper.

The Kra Canal: Double bypass

Kra would permit ships transiting between the Indian and Pacific Oceans to bypass Singapore.

Australia must prepare tourist operators for terror

The Australian tourism industry needs to factor terrorist threats into business risks, Anthony Bergin writes in the Australian Financial Review.

Gaming Policy in Cyberspace: Exercise Reveals Policy Gaps

Hacked devices and intellectual property theft area a rich hunting ground for policy development, write Michelle Price and Igor Mikolic-Torreira

Academic work gives national security an intelligent edge

What can researchers do for the national security and intelligence communities? Anthony Bergin asks in The Australian.

Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism

The new strategy released by the Prime Minister provides an effective toolkit. Jacinta Carroll comments for ABC Radio National.

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