The next chapter in the US-China rivalry?
IN FOCUS: INDO-PACIFIC
Charge d’Affaires Mike Goldman on US-Australia relations and regional security
In this episode of National Security Podcast, United States Chargé d’Affaires to Australia Mike Goldman joins Professor Rory Medcalf to discuss Australia’s bilateral relationship with the United States and the Biden Administration’s approach to the region.
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Indo-Pacific strikes back?
National Security Podcast: Goodbye 2020, we never loved you
The United States-Japan alliance in a post-Trump world
National Security Podcast: Australia’s defence agenda in a contested Indo-Pacific
National Security Podcast: Great power competition with Ali Wyne
In this episode of the National Security Podcast, Katherine Mansted speaks to Ali Wyne about why great powers compete, how China, Russia, and the United States are shaping the global system, and whether their behaviour is making the post-COVID-19 world more dangerous.
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National Security Podcast: Australia’s Defence Strategy Update
In this episode of the National Security Podcast, we are joined by former Shadow Assistant Minister for Cyber Security and Defence Gai Brodtmann, Head of the ANU Strategic and Defence Studies Centre Brendan Sargeant, and Rory Medcalf, Head of the National Security College, to examine Australia's recently unveiled 2020 Defence Strategy Update and Force Structure Plan.
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What the trade war means for the Indo-Pacific
Far from trans-Atlantic troubles?
The United States’ European allies have been worrying about the state of their alliance, but the Indo-Pacific can provide an arena for cooperation that could help calm some of the friction that has built up across the Atlantic, Gorana Grgic writes.
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