‘An incomplete project’: Australians’ view of the US Alliance

A nationwide survey of Australians' perception towards the US Alliance.

Multiple accolades for Bell School academic Professor Evelyn Goh

Professor Evelyn Goh has been awarded three fellowships in a single year.

Thailand and Australia: Middle powers in an era of geopolitical change

Australia and Thailand are both middle powers and allies of the United States. Both are important players in the Indo-Pacific, with Thailand the second largest economy in ASEAN and Australia a founding member of the Quad. But there are also significant differences, including with respect to relations with China and respective political systems.

SDSC team awarded $1 million grant

‘Strategic Policy for the Asia-Pacific in Transition’ program

Xi’s fine words cannot camouflage Beijing’s aggression

At this week’s meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, China’s President Xi Jinping warned the world of the risk of a new cold war.

Centre of Gravity Series: Why be strong? The Swiss & Australian Responses to Fear

Defence thinkers routinely identify Australia as one of the safest countries in the world. However, Australia’s future is likely to be more dangerous and troubling than its past has been.

Centre of Gravity Series: Australia’s Defence Policy after COVID-19

The 2020 Defence Strategic Update and accompanying Force Structure Plan, and the Defence Science and Technology Strategy 2030 are, when taken together, among the more important defence policy docum

How should we deal with an aggressive China?

The possibility of us being threatened, directly or indirectly, by a rising Beijing can no longer be ignored.


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