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National Security Podcast: Revitalising the Australia-United Kingdom security agenda

Veerle Nouwens
Rory Medcalf

International relations | Australia

 

In the first episode of the National Security Podcast for 2022, Head of the ANU National Security College Professor Rory Medcalf is joined by Royal United Services Institute Senior Research Fellow Veerle Nouwens to explore how the relationship between these two nations could adapt to an increasingly dynamic Indo-Pacific.

44 minute listen

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National Security Podcast: The grey zone, hybrid war, and minilateralism

Sascha Bachmann
Elisabeth Braw
Akiko Fukushima
Frank Hoffman
Takashi Shiraishi
Abhijit Singh
Sarah Teo
Aarshi Tirkey
Jingdong Yuan
Chris Farnham

International relations | Australia

 

In this episode of the National Security Podcast, we bring you the first of a special three-part series looking at key trends influencing the future strategic landscape of the Indo-Pacific. This episode unpacks two competing trends that are shaping the regional order: the rise of grey zone and hybrid threats, and the emergence of ‘minilateralism’.

57 minute listen

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