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Author: DFNS

Inside the Pentagon’s Game of Musical Chairs

By Marcus Weisgerber, Defense One Richard V. Spencer is the year’s third acting defense secretary — but there are a lot more moving pieces than that. …read more From:: Government Executive (Policy)

The five-domains update

By Rhys De Wilde, Luke Courtois, Mali Walker and Genevieve Feely Sea state As Exercise Talisman Sabre continues at Queensland’s Shoalwater Bay and in waters off the north of the state, a Chinese electronic...

Why charter cities have failed

By Matthew Woolf About ten years ago, Paul Romer presented on the TED main stage with a radical and audacious proposal for how to speed up development in countries around the world. His plan...

The conflicted course of Canberra’s China consensus

By Graeme Dobell The comfortable Canberra consensus on how to handle China has boiled over. A set of simmering debates have become extremely hot. Australia was long able to keep its economic relationship with...

ASPI suggests

By James Brorson and Jack Norton The world The White House has announced a US$2.2 billion arms deal with Taiwan. Congress has 30 days to nix the agreement, though that’s an unlikely outcome. Vox...

Supporting a rare-earths industry in Australia

By Genevieve Feely and Rhys De Wilde Last month, Stephen Kuper highlighted his concerns about the security of the global supply chain for rare-earth elements (REEs), particularly as it relates to sustaining the US...

The beginning of the end of Erdogan?

By Mohammed Ayoob It was some years ago that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reportedly said: ‘Whoever wins Istanbul, wins Turkey.’ His words must have come to haunt him on 23 June when Ekrem Imamoglu,...

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