When the Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton made the opening speech at the Air and Space Conference, he also took the opportunity to launch Australia's new Space Command.
Now is not the time to buy lots of heavy armoured vehicles
Michael Shoebridge writing for the Strategist, argues that recent conflicts in the Ukraine and Azerbaijan has demonstrated that cheap drones can sometimes stop expensive tanks.
Loyal Wingman to be called 'Ghost Bat'
The first Australian-produced military combat-aircraft in more than 50 years is an Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle (UAV) that will be officially known as the MQ-28A ‘Ghost Bat’.
5 Reasons Why Geography Is America's Greatest Weapon Against an Invasion
The USA sits between two oceans, the Pacific and the Atlantic; and it has land borders with Mexico and Canada, neither of which are ever likely to prove a threat to the USA—it is Geography that keeps the USA safe from invasion.
Scott Morrison announces visas for Ukrainians, $50 million in military and humanitarian aid
As the Russo-Ukrainian war continues, the Australian Government has announced it will provide temporary humanitarian visas for Ukrainian citizens and an extra $50 million in military and humanitarian support for the Ukraine Government.
Though Cut Off From Western Support, Russian-Seized Airliners Could Still Fly For Years
As a result of sanctions against Russia because of its invasion of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin authorized the seizure of hundreds of Western-built aircraft leased and operated by Russian airlines.
Is Russia losing?
Vox magazine article that argues Russia is losing the war in Ukraine.
Putin may be losing the information war, but Zelensky's NATO concession suggests Ukraine may be losing on the battlefield. The West must not fool itself into thinking otherwise.
Bill Roggio argues that as of 18 Mar, the Russian military has not collapsed—Ukraine has won the media war, but that does not necessarily translate into victory on the ground.
A Marine special ops commander explains why Russia’s stalled advance in Ukraine is no surprise
An experienced US marine corps veteran provides his opinion on what is happening on the ground in Ukraine.
Can Modi’s India be an Ally of the West?
Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and the world's response to it, has brought India under the spotlight—at February's meeting of the UN Security Council, India was one of only a few countries to abstain from a motion criticizing the Russian invasion.