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ANZUS in the age of disruption

The network of US alliances built in the early years of the Cold War has proven remarkably resilient. Nowadays, it’s easy—and wrong—to take that resilience for granted. Back in 1997, Stephen Walt, analysing alliance durability, …

Hard times in Australian strategic thinking

Australia has long been ‘the lucky country’—basking in endless beaches, summer barbecues, democratic government, and mineral wealth. It’s also been lucky in terms of its strategic policy, able to ride the coat-tails of a global …

North Korea, Australia and the ANZUS Treaty

The security treaty between Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America—the ANZUS Treaty—was signed in September 1951 and came into force in April 1952. The treaty was one of a network of security …

Australia and the US in the age of disruption

Australia and the United States enjoy deep historical links in the areas of law, the economy and defence. As we confront the challenges of the age of disruption, there are five policy approaches that will …