Pages tagged by "Expert commentary"

Modelling the Trump effect

Can Trump’s perverse logic of self-interest be seen as a grand strategy?

How Australia can help the US make democracy harder to hack

The U.S. and Australia can boost each other’s security.

Planning for the worst

Counter-terrorism strategy a smart step forward in ensuring public safety

Air traffic control: China and India compete

Access to airfields, the new field for competition in the Indo-Pacific

Terrorists stripped bare

Losing citizenship is one of the mechanisms to limit the risk of terrorism

Cooler heads, calmer waters

Can Exercise Kakadu keep countries from conflict?

National security must extend to protecting food and agriculture

Food and agri-security are intrinsic parts of national security

Putting the ‘Indo’ in Indo-Pacific

The Indo-Pacific concept can help answer important questions

Japan is back in the Bay of Bengal

The eastern Indian Ocean has become contested waters

Are smart cities leaving us vulnerable to supervillains?

How to avoid ‘network error’ in a hyper-connected world


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