No Enemies No Friends: Allan Behm Book Tour
The orthodoxy that increased defence spending will deliver increased national security confirms the status quo. But it does not help us to deal with shocks and surprises.
In No Enemies, No Friends Allan Behm asks how should Australia re-calibrate its national security settings to deal with global disruption? This book is not about why Australia has become so good at getting things so bad. Rather, it suggests we have every capability to improve.
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