Stephan Frühling

Dr Stephan Frühling

Associate Professor; Associate Dean (Students & Curriculum), ANU College of Asia & the Pacific

Qualifications

PhD (ANU), Master of Arts in Strategic Studies (Missouri State University), 'Diplom' in International Economics (Christian Albrechts Univ

Contact details
+61 2 6125 5987
Room: 3.29
Building: Hedley Bull Building

Dr Stephan Frühling is an Associate Professor in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre and Associate Dean (Students and Curriculum) for the College of Asia & the Pacific. He is a Chief Investigator on the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Project on Small Allies and Extended Nuclear Deterrence. He has widely published on Australian defence policy, defence planning and strategy, nuclear weapons and NATO. In 2014-2015, Stephan was a member of the Australian Government’s external panel of experts on the development of the 2016 Defence White Paper. He was the ‘Partner across the globe’ research fellow in the Research Division of the NATO Defense College in Rome in 2015; the inaugural Director of Studies of the ANU Master in Military Studies program at the Australian Defence Force’s Australian Command and Staff College from October 2011 to June 2012, and the Deputy Director of Studies until the end of 2013. Stephan was Managing Editor of the journal Security Challenges from 2006 to 2014.

A Syrian refugee camp. Image sourced from Flickr, courtesy of European Parliament.

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Collins Class submarine in Sydney Harbour. Image from Flickr, courtesy of Royal Australian Navy.

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St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.

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