International & Security Affairs
The Australia Institute recently introduced its International & Security Affairs Program.
This is a tangible recognition of the global connectivity that both underpins and impacts on Australia’s place in the world and the well-being of our citizens. The contemporary global strategic and economic environment is undergoing systemic disruption. This demands new ways of thinking and new policy settings if Australia is to chart a course towards continuing prosperity and security in a stable international community. The Australia Institute is keen to contribute to that work, particularly in the face of the significant threats to humanity arising from climate change, nuclear weapons and, more recently, emergent pandemics.
Talk us through AUKUS
…and Australia’s dream submarine
Submission: Inquiry into supporting democracy in our region
Australia’s Future Submarines
Submarines, submarine propulsion, defence policy, national security, AUKUS, nuclear safeguards and sovereignty: how do the pieces fit together?
Submission to the inquiry into international armed conflict decision making
Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade’s inquiry into international armed conflict decision making.
Follow the Money LIVE
Ebony Bennett, Allan Behm, Audrey Quicke, Bill Browne