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Health preparedness and Australian counterterrorism strategy

The truth is that Australia is unprepared to respond to a major disaster, arues Dr Anthony Bergin.

Citizenship test reinforces important Australian liberal democratic values

The government's citizenship announcement provides the opportunity to inject a fresh approach on what it means to be Australian, writes Dr Anthony Bergin.

Obama and the “Under-Reach/Over-Reach” Dilemma in American Grand Strategy

Michael Clarke examines Obama's foreign policy legacy and Trump's grand strategy dilemma.

China's economic leverage over Australia

The nature and limits of Chinese influence are often not well understood. Professor Rory Medcalf outlines the latest NSC analysis of this issue.

Why does Twitter matter for national security?

Rory Medcalf from the National Security College at ANU discusses terrorists.

India combines resilience, insecurity, and huge potential

Rory Medcalf comments on the challenges and opportunities for the Prime Minister's visit to India in the Australian Financial Review.

Cracking the glass ceiling is simply not good enough

Claudia Russo reviews the Women and National Security Conference for Australian Outlook.

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.

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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