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ASPI suggests

By James Brorson and Jack Norton The world Another week, another edition of ‘Suggests’ with the latest in Brexit drama from the UK. MPs are set to vote on part of the deal—the ‘withdrawal...

Tackling racism is a security challenge

By Mike Scrafton Racism has emerged as a security issue—yet again. This has been brought home dramatically by the attack in Christchurch and the responses. Like many nations, Australia has had to deal with...

Barriers to skilled migration from the Pacific

By Richard Curtain Through the Pacific Labour Scheme, a new pathway now exists for people from the Pacific to come to Australia for higher-paid, more skilled work for up to three years. The biggest...

Barriers to skilled migration from the Pacific

By Richard Curtain Through the Pacific Labour Scheme, a new pathway now exists for people from the Pacific to come to Australia for higher-paid, more skilled work for up to three years. The biggest...

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 14

By ASPI staff In the wake of the Christchurch terror attack, we talk to two eminent thinkers on national security and counterterrorism, ASPI Executive Director Peter Jennings and Jacinta Carroll of the Australian National...

Washington seems determined to pick a fight with Tehran

By Connor Dilleen On 22 March, the US announced a fresh round of sanctions against Iran targeting 14 individuals and 17 entities linked to Iran’s defence research organisation, SPND. Washington accused Tehran of keeping...

National security wrap

By Genevieve Feely, Rhys De Wilde, Mali Walker and Luke Courtois The beat Aiming for the Finnish line At Finland’s police academy, for the first time, half of new recruits are female. Last year,...

Connecting the dots: climate change, WPS and youth

By Betty Barkha This article is part of a series on women, peace and security that The Strategist is publishing in recognition of International Women’s Day 2019. Impacts of climate change have been recognised...

‘How Is Yoda’: An Appreciation Of Andy Marshall

By Andrew Krepinevich Last year while in Japan for a meeting with senior defense and military leaders, the question most often posed to me was, “How is Yoda?” The questions were in reference to...

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