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Walking & Chewing Bubble Gum: How the Joint Force can Partner for Success in a Multipolar World

By Mary Bookey

Abstract China’s One Belt One Road, “digital iron curtain,” and grey zone activities have contributed to what the 2022 National...

Some Awkward Truths about AUKUS

By Candace Rondeaux

The AUKUS deal was signed in September 2021 and subsequently evaluated by pundits and experts worldwide almost entirely based on...

Toward an AUKUS-era research and engineering strategy

By Nadya Bliss

The year-old trilateral security partnership among Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States—AUKUS for short—has the potential to alter...

AUKUS Special Operations Forces in Strategic Competition, Integrated Deterrence, and Campaigning: Resistance to Malign Activities

By David Maxwell

On September 15, 2021, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States formed AUKUS, which is described as a trilateral...

AUKUS Is Not the New Asian NATO, nor Even a Start at One

By David B. Shear

The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and the National Broadcasting Company’s (NBC) Meet the Press conducted a war...

AUKUS and Military Education Innovation

By Paula Thornhill

Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States recently entered into a defense partnership that could effectively challenge China’s efforts...

The Challenges to Making AUKUS Work

By Jennifer D.P. Moroney

In April 2022, then-Prime Ministers Morrison and Johnson, along with President Biden, formally reviewed progress in implementing the new Australia-United...

AUKUS and Pacific Grand Strategy: A View From Washington

By James Stavridis

The new trilateral security partnership formed by Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States adds a significant and crucial...