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Policy, Guns and Money: Interns take control

In this episode, we speak to our interns as their time with ASPI comes to an end. Luke Courtois, Mali Walker, Genevieve Feely and Rhys De Wilde speak about their time at ASPI, how their research interests …

Policy, Guns and Money: Mike Rogers on cybersecurity

In this episode, Brendan Nicholson talks cybersecurity with the former chief of both the US National Security Agency and Cyber Command, and now distinguished visiting fellow with ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre, Admiral Mike Rogers. …

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 14

In the wake of the Christchurch terror attack, we talk to two eminent thinkers on national security and counterterrorism, ASPI Executive Director Peter Jennings and Jacinta Carroll of the Australian National University’s National Security College. …

Policy, Guns and Money: Avalon Airshow special

This special edition of Policy, Guns and Money is brought to you from the Australian International Airshow at Avalon, Victoria. Avalon is the biggest airshow in the southern hemisphere and is a chance for major …

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 13

In this podcast, Tom Uren and Elise Thomas discuss the revelations that a ‘sophisticated state actor’ was behind cyberattacks on Australia’s parliament and major political parties and ask where we draw the line between espionage and …

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 12

In our second episode for 2019, we hear from John Coyne about the recent drug fatalities at music festivals and what we should be doing about it. Danielle Cave and Tom Uren from our International …

Policy, Guns and Money: Brexit special

In this special podcast, ASPI’s Dr Isaac Kfir talks to Professor Philomena Murray and Dr Margherita Matera from the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne about the latest developments in …

Policy, Guns and Money: Episode 11

In our first podcast for 2019, Marcus Hellyer and Malcolm Davis discuss China’s space ambitions and the progress of Australia’s naval shipbuilding program. Jack Norton catches up with Graeme Dobell to discover who won this …