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What's happening on
  • 15 Jul 2019 14:00

    Pakistan on the brink of civil dictatorship

    Imran Khan is accused of persecuting political opponents and the media under the guise of an anti-corruption crackdown.

  • 15 Jul 2019 10:00

    ‪ISIS: women’s work?

    The courts should regard crucial domestic, educational and other influences by women in ISIS as terrorist “support”.

  • 15 Jul 2019 06:00

    Remembering the Moonwalk

    It was the moment humans first stepped on another world, yet after the Apollo missions, why haven’t people been back?

About the project

The International Security Program looks at strategic dynamics and security risks globally, with an emphasis on Australia's region of Indo-Pacific Asia. Its research spans strategic competition and the risks of conflict in Asia, security implications of the rise of China and India, maritime security, nuclear arms control, Australian defence policy and the changing character of conflict. The Program draws on a network of experts in Australia, Asia and globally, and is supported by diverse funding sources including grants from the MacArthur Foundation and the Nuclear Threat Initiative. It convenes international policy dialogues such as the 2017 Australia-ROK Emerging Leaders International Security Forum and has a record of producing leading-edge, influential reports.

Experts

Rohana Prince
2018 Thawley Scholar, International Security Program
Akiko Fukushima
Nonresident Fellow
Euan Graham
Nonresident Fellow
Rory Medcalf
Nonresident Fellow
Alan Dupont
Nonresident Fellow
Michael J Green
Nonresident Fellow
Richard C Smith
Nonresident Fellow

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