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Category: Policy

Indonesia’s democracy at risk from disinformation

By Mali Walker In the long lead-up to the world’s largest ever single-day elections, disinformation ran rampant in Indonesia. It became so widespread that the government started holding weekly briefings to reveal ‘hoaxes’ and...

How To Wage Global Cyber War: Nakasone, Norton, & Deasy

By Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. The military needs a globe-spanning network to counter threats that no single theater command can cope with. That takes more than just technology. …read more From:: Breaking Defense (Policy)

The five-domains update

By Rhys De Wilde, Luke Courtois, Mali Walker and Genevieve Feely Sea state A former commander of Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force’s antisubmarine air wing has argued that Beijing wants to turn the disputed Senkaku...

Gender and climate (in)security in the Pacific

By Jacqueline Westermann This article is part of a series on women, peace and security that The Strategist is publishing in recognition of International Women’s Day. The Boe Declaration, signed during the 2018 Pacific...

FCC Debates Space Debris Rules

By Theresa Hitchens “It is rocket science, after all,” says Trump-appointed FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, who questions the commission’s mandate on orbital debris mitigation oversight for commercial space companies. …read more From:: Breaking Defense...

PNG politics: the dawn of a new era?

By Bal Kama The almost seven years stability enjoyed by Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) government of Prime Minister Peter O’Neill is now under challenge as the country prepares for a gripping vote of no...

The month in women, peace and security: April 2019

By Genevieve Feely, Luke Courtois, Rhys De Wilde and Mali Walker US resists UN Security Council resolution on sexual violence in conflict The US has successfully used the threat of its veto power to...

The silences of the Australian election

By Graeme Dobell Election campaigns involve loud argument and quiet consensus—and then there are the silences. Silences point to hard stuff just offstage: no-go, too dangerous. For political parties, breaking the silence introduces complexity...

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