Articles by: "ASPI staff"
Policy, Guns and Money: Counterterrorism yearbook

This special episode of Policy, Guns and Money marks the publication of ASPI’s 2020 counterterrorism yearbook. The threat of terrorism has plateaued at an unacceptably high level and this report shines a light on an …

Policy, Guns and Money: WPS and the cyber coronavirus

In this episode, ASPI’s Lisa Sharland speaks to human rights and women’s rights advocate Louise Allen about her recent ASPI report, Australia’s implementation of women, peace and security: Promoting regional security. After that, Renee DiResta, …

Policy, Guns and Money: Coronavirus crisis

In this episode, we speak with three experts to help understand the global health crisis caused by the novel coronavirus. You’ll hear from Raina MacIntyre, who’s a professor of global biosecurity at the University of …

Policy, Guns and Money: Hacking and threats to the West

In this episode, Executive Director Peter Jennings discusses the recent ASPI report How the geopolitical partnership between China and Russia threatens the West with former opposition leader and Governor of Western Australia Kim Beazley and …

Policy, Guns and Money: Beersheba Dialogue

In this episode, Strategist editor Jack Norton covers this year’s Beersheba Dialogue, the annual conference between ASPI and the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, named after the World War I battle. He speaks to former …

Policy, Guns and Money: The Xinjiang papers

In this special episode, ASPI Executive Director Peter Jennings and Defence, Strategy and National Security Director Michael Shoebridge discuss the unprecedented leak of hundreds of pages of internal Chinese government documents. The trove of information …