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To Exclude or Not to Exclude: AUKUS and Order-Engineering

By Zeno Leoni

Introduction While the delivery aspect of AUKUS – that is of nuclear-propelled submarines and advanced technological capabilities – continues to...

AUKUS under Pressure: The Capacity Constraints that put a Dampener on Delivery

By Sarah Tzinieris

Introduction On 15 September 2021, the governments of Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom announced the formation of...

AUKUS and the maritime foundations of national security in Europe and the Indo-Pacific

By Alessio Patalano

The signing of AUKUS a little more than a year ago divided international opinion. Much of the criticism about the...

AUKUS and the Rules Based International Order

By Geoffrey Chapman

On September 15, 2021, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States announced a wide-ranging technology-sharing partnership agreement known as...

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, NATO, and Euro-Atlantic Security Post-Ukraine

By Lawrence Freedman

The Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24 was one of those punctuation points in history, like the fall of...