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Netherlands ups northern surveillance

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The Netherlands plans to spend as much as €250 million (U.S. $274 million) on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities in the North Sea to...

Extradition looms in US Navy bribe case

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The extradition of convicted defense contractor Leonard “Fat Leonard” Francis to the United States as part of the Venezuelan prisoner swap on Wednesday is...

Australia should have gone to Red Sea

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By Jennifer Parker* Over the past month, the Iranian backed Houthi militia in Yemen has recommenced its attacks on merchant shipping in the Red Sea....

What is Australia’s strategy of denial

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By Richard Dunley* The 2023 defence strategic review has been broadly welcomed across the Australian strategic policy commentariat. (The Australian Strategic Policy Institute. The Strategist.)...

Legislation to unlock billions for AUKUS industry partners

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The Commonwealth Government has said it will unlock billions of dollars in investment and cut red tape for Australian Defence industry and our AUKUS...

Australia must build merchant fleet

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By Richard Dunley* On 10 November 2023, DP World Australia, the company operating container terminals at four of Australia’s largest ports, was brought to its...

AUKUS poses big questions

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By Rod Lyon* The AUKUS program—sweeping in the intimacy and level of its proposed cooperation—has enjoyed a high level of bipartisan support among the Australian...

AUKUS not above political debate

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By Rod Lyon* The AUKUS program—sweeping in the intimacy and level of its proposed cooperation—has enjoyed a high level of bipartisan support among the Australian...

An Australian maritime strategy: resourcing RAN

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By Jennifer Parker* Australia is a maritime nation. The sheer scale of our sovereign maritime territory and responsibilities, our dependence on maritime trade for our...

State govts have role in AUKUS

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By John Coyne and Danielle Cave * Australia’s foreign policy and place in the world have long been considered the domain of diplomats, defence officials...