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3 September 2021
3 ways to upgrade democracy for the 21st century.
Max Rashbrooke believes current technology provides the opportunity for all citizens to have a meaningful say in their government’s decision-making processes.
20 Aug 2021
Empathy, impact, wellbeing: 10 insights from polling public servants
A poll of public servants has revealed the most important things they believe impact their lives and careers.
4 Aug 2021
Rules-based order: What’s in a name?
Australia has a vital national interest in helping to maintain the current Rules-based-order (RBO).
2 Aug 2021
Aussie researchers using biosensors to investigate ALS diagnosis and treatment
Researchers are hoping to learn more about neurodegenerative diseases through the use of an amperometric biosensor.
16 Jul 2021
Should Australia be LAWSless?
This article explores the dilemma of melding arms control with emerging technologies involving autonomous weapons systems.
12 Jul 2021
The Antarctic Treaty System turns 60
This article examines the Antarctic Treaty System 60 years on and suggests options to protect Australia’s interests in the region.
10 Jul 2021
Why is Russia worried about the Quad?
This article examines why Russia objects to the Quad and is concerned about the momentum the QUAD seems to be gaining.
29 Jun 2021
Future of Warfare, Strategy Will Dictate Special Ops Action
US General states Special Operation Forces need to operate differently as cyberwar has extended the battlespace exponentially—to win, he believes superior technology is the answer.
26 Jun 2021
Kick-starting a new strategic and defence partnership with Bangladesh
This article argues it is in Australia’s national security interest to start developing closer ties with Bangladesh.
12 Jun 2021
Communication & Cognition
How Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Impact Adult Anger
This article discusses the link between childhood trauma and anger and mental and physical health problems in adulthood.