Top intelligence analyst has second thoughts on Pine Gap

Use of drones for counter-terrorism causes rethink.

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Australia's security lies in ASEAN ties

Australia’s regional partners in the ASEAN forum must unify to keep peace in Asia.

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Abe visit to Australia raises Chinese antenna

Closer ties could have China on edge, warns expert.

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Bad film review unlikely to flame war

When North Korea threatens to unleash a 'merciless response' over a film that pokes fun at its regime, is it likely to keep its word?

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The ANU Strategic & Defence Studies Centre (SDSC) is Australia’s oldest, largest and highest ranking academic institute for strategic studies research, education and commentary. Our focus is on understanding the complexity of Asia’s strategic environment, Australia’s place in it, and the utility and application of armed force in international affairs.

 

In the media

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Aug
2014

Taking Stock of AUSMIN 2014: Tuning up the Australian-American Alliance by Peter Dean

Earlier this week, both the U.S.

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17
Aug
2014

AGENDA Transition of political power in Iraq with Dr John Blaxland

David Lipson talks to the ANU's Dr John Blaxland about the resignation of Iraqi PM Nouri al-Malik

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Aug
2014

US robbed of its place in the world by the power of a divided Congress- Peter Dean

Fresh from ASEAN, US Secretary of State John Kerry, accompanied by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop,

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Video

In this talk, Professor Paul Dibb examines what are the risks of war between China and the US. He analyses potential crises over North Korea, Taiwan and in the East and South China Seas. Dibb concludes with a discussion about the rise of China and the decline of America and what this means for Australia's defence policy.

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With an Asia transformed by the rise of China and India, and a world preoccupied with security issues, the current century has been defined by global strategic challenges. At the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, you can acquire the analytical frameworks you need to understand the complexity of this contemporary strategic environment, and Australia's place in it.

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