Policy, Guns and Money: China–US competition, closing the IT gap and hate speech

In this episode, Mali Walker interviews Oriana Skylar Mastro, assistant professor of security studies at Georgetown University and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, about her most recent book, The costs of conversation: obstacles to peace talks in wartime (Cornell University Press, 2019), and her latest project on China’s challenge to US primacy.

Louisa Bochner speaks with Dion Devow, an Indigenous engagement specialist working with ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre and 2018 ACT Australian of the Year, on closing the information technology gap for Indigenous Australians. Plus Jake Wallis interviews Vijay Padmanabhan, who leads Google’s strategic response team combating violent extremism and hate speech.