Defence
AUKUS nuclear submarine deal set to sink

Anxieties are growing in U.S. Congress over the ability to support the nuclear submarine deal as ...  
U.S. military agreement setting Australia up as launching pad for war

An agreement authorising the U.S. militarisation of Australia needs to be terminated before our ...  
U.S. slammed for decrying Australia's anti-nuke stance

As Australia considers signing a treaty against nuclear weapons, the United States has taken a ...  
IPAN Conference, rally and report launch

IPAN announces an upcoming conference to grow voices against Australia's support of wars.  
Media's uncritical acceptance of AUKUS damaging to Australia

In times of looming conflict with the neighbours, we all know one thing: even the briefest of ...  
Key defence technology trends that will change the world

From brain-computer interfaces to programmable materials, these are the trends that are going to ...  
Anti-AUKUS campaign ramps up over U.S.-China war talk

Given our massive commitment to military spending and continuous "war talk", protests within th ...  
ASPI highlights need for reform in Australia's defence strategy

The Government places too much dependence on think tanks such as ASPI, which is susceptible to ...  
AUKUS: The militarisation of Australia

U.S.-funded think tanks continue to uncritically promote the AUKUS arrangement, writes Dr Binoy ...  
Labor must reverse Morrison's submarine bungle to protect nation

There is a niche in the global submarine industry that Australia is well-placed to occupy, repo ...  
Dreyfus drops charges against Bernard Collaery

The Albanese Government has acted quickly to abandon the prosecution of Bernard Collaery, who was ...  
HELEN CALDICOTT: Albanese needs to keep Australia nuclear-free

The election of Anthony Albanese as Prime Minister heralds a new era in Australia's approach to ...  
Applying war theory to the hyperthreat of climate and environmental change

PLAN E, a new climate and environmentally centred security strategy, finds world’s security ...  
Anzac Day and the conflict-loving neocons

This year's Anzac Day has been politicised into a call-to-arms against China by our Coalition ...  
Morrison's arrogance toward South Pacific fuels China tensions

The Coalition's fumbling of foreign policy has resulted in a dangerous display of bravado as ...  
Slashing development aid harms our security and the destitute abroad

The Coalition’s mismanagement of foreign affairs has serious consequences for Australia.  
Morrison's Australia remains servile under AUKUS agreement

Australia is happy to be compliant as AUKUS seeks hypersonic weapons, writes Binoy Kampmark.  
Australia losing Pacific grip as China makes deal with Solomons

A security treaty between China and the Solomon Islands has set off alarm bells in Canberra with ...  

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