On this episode of the National Security Podcast, former Director of the US National Counterterrorism Centre Nick Rasmussen discusses the changing nature of US counter-terrorism policy and answers questions from listeners to his recent address to the ANU National Security College.
What happens when a Far North Queensland Indigenous community teams up with a local army unit? On the final episode of our Women in National Security Conference podcast series, we chat with the speakers of one of the biggest crowd favourites from the conference: Eileen Deemal-Hall and Lieutenant Colonel Tim Rutherford from the Wujal Wujal security songlines panel.
On this fourth of five special episodes brought to you from the Women in National Security Conference, Chantal de Jonge Oudraat takes a look at rising global tensions, the gendered politics of terrorism, and why women need a seat at international negotiating tables.
How can Australia raise its next generation of cyber security experts? On this first of five special episodes brought to you from the Women in National Security Conference, we look at ethical hacking, technological disruption, and the danger of group-think in cybersecurity.
From Doklam to Djibouti, can India challenge Chinese power? On this episode of the National Security Podcast, we look at how India is managing its strategic autonomy in an increasingly contested region.
Are Western democracies getting better at defending against cyber interference? On this National Security Podcast, we hear from Tim Maurer about how countries around the world have been waging and defending against information warfare since 2016 Russia’s interference in the US election.
In this National Security Podcast, Anooshe Mushtaq talks to Chris Farnham about how social exclusion led her down the path of radicalisation, and what policymakers can do to help others avoid the same fate.
In our new podcast series looking at Australia and the region’s security challenges, we hear from Rory Medcalf, one of the earliest intellectual proponents for the ‘Indo-Pacific’ concept now sweeping foreign policy circles around the world.