Pages tagged by "Expert commentary"

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

The threat to the global economic and financial order: protecting Australia’s interests

Australia needs to be flexible to manage its interests as the global economic order shifts, Bruce Luckham argues in the NSC's fifth Policy Options Paper.

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.

ASEAN Turns Fifty: Reflections on the Origins of Southeast Asian Regionalism

On 8 August, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations reaches its half-century. Fifty years ago, the inauguration of ASEAN ushered in the beginning of regionalism in Southeast Asia.

Federating security

COAG should commission a fundamental study to understand how the states and territories operate in the area of national security.

Australia’s intelligence reforms

James Clapper discusses establishing an Australian Office of National Intelligence.

'Supersoldiers': Ethical concerns in human enhancement technologies

Modern technologies that ‘enhance’ human beings raise new questions about the conduct of war, writes Dr Adam Henschke.

Saving the South China Sea fishery: time to internationalise

The fishery is headed for collapse and that carries distinct security risks. Marina Tsirbas calls for an international rescue in NSC policy options paper.

Australia has outgrown paranoia in its relations with China

Rory Medcalf writes for the Australian Financial Review.

Gareth Evans in conversation with Pascal Lamy and James Clapper

The Crawford Australian Leadership Forum featured a conversation on the geopolitical outlook between ANU Chancellor Gareth Evans global security experts.


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