Skip to main

Australia

Delivering AUKUS Success in challenging times

By Peter Jennings

At the launch of the new AUKUS partnership on 15 September 2021, it was clear that the leaders of the...

THE STRATEGIC INTERPLAY BETWEEN AUKUS, THE NPT, AND THE RULES-BASED INTERNATIONAL ORDER

By Shirley Scott

This commentary focuses on the first dimension of AUKUS: the plan for Australia to acquire nuclear-powered submarines in cooperation with...

AUKUS and Cyber Capabilities: Alignment of Concepts, Definitions, Capabilities, Norms and Doctrine

By Sally Burt

As strategic competition in the Indo-Pacific intensifies, it challenges previously held assumptions about how to establish and maintain security in...

AUKUS Joint Continuing Professional Development in Military Ethics

By David Whetham

Background We (the authors, Deane-Peter Baker and David Whetham) are applied military ethicists. We have focused our careers on research...

AUKUS Submarines: How we got here and why it matters

By Richard Dunley

The decision by Australia to acquire nuclear-powered submarines (SSNs) as part of the AUKUS agreement offers the potential for a...

AUKUS and the international rules-based order in the maritime domain

By Douglas Guilfoyle

Context: the role of the rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific The idea of AUKUS began with the acquisition of strategic...

AUKUS and the Evolution of Special Operations for Great-Power Competition

By David Kilcullen

Introduction Special operations (SO) have emerged as an important area of quiet collaboration since the trilateral AUKUS pact was announced...