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The new era of great-power competition

By Graeme Dobell The first strategic priority for Australia in the Indo-Pacific is to manage great-power competition. And the central trend of that competition is the challenge to US dominance. So says Australia’s defence...

Can’t Get Beyond 384,000

By Russian Defense Policy Last week Russian General Staff Chief Valeriy Gerasimov addressed a variety of topics in his annual briefing for the Moscow foreign military attaché community. According to KZ’s coverage, he said...

Can’t Get Beyond 384,000

By Russian Defense Policy Last week Russian General Staff Chief Valeriy Gerasimov addressed a variety of topics in his annual briefing for the Moscow foreign military attaché community. According to KZ’s coverage, he said...

Defence policy in an era of disruption

By Kim Beazley The editors of The Strategist are pleased to present this extract from the first issue of a new ASPI publication series, ‘The Strategist Selections’, released today. Issue 1, ‘Kim Beazley on...

The F-35 Is About to Get A Lot Smarter

By Patrick Tucker A California company is looking to accelerate the Defense Department’s embrace of artificial intelligence, starting with some of its most important aircraft. …read more From:: Government Executive (Policy)

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 9

By ASPI staff In this podcast, Tom Uren talks to Anne Lyons about her report on Australia’s national digital identity, Brendan Nicholson interviews Dr Robert Glasser, the former special representative of the UN Secretary-General...

ASPI suggests

By Jacqueline Westermann, Malcolm Davis and James Brorson The world US President Donald Trump has announced plans to hold a second meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un early next year. The New York...

Indonesia and the Quad: can’t or won’t decide?

By Shafiah F. Muhibat and M. Habib Abiyan Dzakwan Huong Le Thu’s recent study on Southeast Asian perceptions of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (the informal grouping of the US, Japan, Australia and India, commonly...

A new dawn for Ethiopia?

By Aru Kok In the month before Abiy Ahmed was sworn in as the new prime minister in April 2018, Ethiopia was on the brink of civil war and inching further into the unknown....

Talking to the chiefs: Angus Campbell (part 3)

By Brendan Nicholson The key to a highly capable defence force is the people who serve in it, says ADF chief Angus Campbell. General Campbell, who has long stressed the importance of increasing the...

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