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Recapitalisation: is the Navy big enough

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By Stephen Kuper, of Defence Connect As a maritime nation Australia is dependent on unlimited...

About the ANI Occasional Paper series

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The Occasional Paper series embodies ANI’s commitment to engaging in public discussion and, where possible, the development of public policy. This series...

Navy chiefs theme of history seminar

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The Naval Studies Group, as part of the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and...

Turkey chops F35s. What now?

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By Jon G. Isaac* In January, the Center for International Maritime Security published an...

The geopolitical challenge the crisis in the West poses for Australia

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By Paul Dibb* At a time when the two revisionist powers, China and Russia,...

Australia: economics and security converge

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By Katherine Mansted* For American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, the test of a great...

Chinese destruction in South China Sea

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After a sharp drop-off in activity from 2016 to late 2018, Chinese clam harvesting fleets have returned to the South China Sea...

Autonomous pickets for force protection

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By 1st Lt. Walker D. Mills* As the U.S. Navy shifts to reprioritize great...

Australia’s next war

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By Peter E Mulherin* Going to war is one of the most significant decisions that any country makes, so...

Admiral, I am not ready for war

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By Captain John Konrad (gCaptain) “It is an unfortunate fact that we can secure peace only...