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US Space Capability and the Indo-Pacific Era in Space

16 Oct 2018 By Hugo Seymour

On 26 September 2018 the Perth USAsia Centre hosted a private roundtable luncheon with the Hon. Madelyn Creedon, former Principal Deputy Administrator of the US National Nuclear Security Administration.

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War with North Korea: From Unthinkable to Unavoidable?

13 Mar 2018 By Gordon Flake, The Honourable Kim Beazley, AC

We are at the most dangerous moment since the Korean War armistice in 1953. A war today could have unimaginable consequences: a catastrophic death toll, missile strikes beyond the peninsula, the first nuclear bombs to be used in conflict since Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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Preventing Terrorism Organically

06 Jun 2017 By Emily Wise

To combat terrorism effectively, policymakers must include the community at large. Governments, media, non-governmental organisations, victims, and regular citizens are equally responsible for creating a united discourse that discredits terrorist narratives.

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Maritime Piracy and Kidnapping in the Sulu-Celebes Sea

02 May 2017 By Reginald Ramos

The recent revitalisation of the diplomatic efforts between the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia surrounding the Sulu-Celebes Sea seem promising, but it is only one step closer towards shifting the tides of piracy and crime on the ground.

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