Maritime security cooperation: The Philippine experience

With the heightened importance of maritime issues in the region coupled with strategic competition between the powers of the Indo-Pacific, the maritime domain has turned… Read More

Enhancing counterterrorism cooperation through transnational communities

Despite the extensive counter-terrorism efforts invested by states in the region, terrorism continues to be a key national security threat among states in the Indo-Pacific… Read More

Australia-Philippines security cooperation: The maritime dimension

IAN HALL | Since the start of Battle for Marawi, in late May 2017, attention has tended to focus on the development of… Read More

Entering the Goldilocks Zone? Strategic inertia and new opportunities in the Australia-Philippines relationship

In science it is noted that terrestrial planets are situated in the ‘Goldilocks zone’, that is the habitable or life zone in space where a… Read More

Containing contagion: The politics of disease outbreaks in South East Asia

SARA E DAVIES  | Regional cooperation is important for securing infectious disease outbreak containment. The Ebola crisis in West Africa in 2014-2015 showed we are… Read More

Taking transitional justice to Cambodia’s youth

RENÉE JEFFERY | Like young people the world over, the youth of Cambodia are glued to their mobile phones. They sit in cafes and… Read More

Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC): Legacies, law, and peoples

Multiple consequences of the violence and conflict that engulfed Cambodia during and surrounding the Khmer Rouge regime (1975-1979) continues to be experienced. The Cambodian Government… Read More

The Australian Army’s drone air force

PETER LAYTON | The first Military International Drone Racing Tournament was just held in Sydney, featuring competitors from across the world, and the… Read More

The Rohingyas: A new terrorist threat?

ANDREW SELTH  | There have been a small number of militant Muslim groups in Myanmar, but they were usually weak and disorganised. A few… Read More

Other peoples’ air power: Air power with Chinese characteristics

PETER LAYTON | Peter Layton’s series on other peoples’ air power has included an examination of Islamic State’s use of unmanned aircraft and the employment… Read More

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