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Author: DFNS

Whispering to the Asia–Pacific

By Graeme Dobell Australia gropes and stutters towards a renewed embrace of international broadcasting—the vital need to ‘speak for ourselves’ in the Asia–Pacific. The latest lurch towards fresh understanding is the silent release of...

Azerbaijan Encroaches Into Georgian Territory

By Masis Ingilizian After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the three former republics of the Caucasus, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, failed to demarcate and delimit their borders. This failure has resulted in regular...

ASPI suggests

By James Brorson, Aakriti Bachhawat and Malcolm Davis The world The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is likely to take centre stage at the ASEAN+ leaders’ summit underway in Bangkok today, in which leaders from...

The spirit of 2019

By Dominique Moisi As in 1848, 1968, 1989, and 2010–2012, a wave of popular protests has taken the world by surprise. Ongoing mass revolts—in Beirut, Santiago, Hong Kong, Algiers, Baghdad and other cities—are gaining...

The horticulture labour shortage myth

By Henry Sherrell Since 2008 when the Rudd Government first introduced the Seasonal Worker Programme (SWP), there has been a clear imbalance between the number of Pacific citizens wanting to work in Australia (many)...

New Bellingcat Workshop Announced for Washington D.C.

By Bellingcat Investigation Team Bellingcat will hold a new workshop in Washington D.C. on December 9-13. Our planned workshops for the remainder of 2019 are as follows: London: December 9-13 (Full, with lengthy wait-list)...

National security wrap

By Sunny Cao, Sarah O’Connor and James Rickard The beat Victoria Police introduces ‘hostile vehicle’ policy Victoria Police has provided officers with a set of guidelines outlining their powers and responsibilities in the event...

Sticking to our guns: the story of the Austeyr rifle

By Chris Masters In ‘Sticking to our guns: A troubled past produces a superb weapon’, the latest volume in ASPI’s series of case studies in defence projects, published today, Chris Masters delivers a cracking...

New health statistics for PNG

By Ian Anderson The Papua New Guinea (PNG) National Statistical Office (NSO) recently released the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) 2016-2018 key indicators report. The survey on which this report is based was implemented...

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