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Labor’s New AUKUS Bill Declares Osborne in SA, Stirling in WA as Nuclear Zones

Labor introduced a bill on November 16, which cites Osborne, South Australia, as the first designated zone for the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarines. The Australian Naval Nuclear Power Safety (Transitional...

AUKUS-Related Foreign Military Sales Case Goes to Congress

WASHINGTON – The Department of State endorsed, and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered congressional notification of, a proposed Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Case...

New Zealand Enthusiastic on AUKUS Pillar Two

New Zealand's new coalition government appears to be shifting closer into the United States' orbit, with a senior minister signalling openness to AUKUS pillar...

The Indo-Pacific’s New Missile Age Demands Washington’s Attention

The ability to strike deep into the territory of an adversary during a conflict may seem like a no-brainer strategic advantage for any nation....

The Grand Strategies Shaping Australia’s View of the World

The term ‘grand strategy’ may perplex, but many employ the technique even if not naming it such. Most governments seek to build and then apply national...

Overcoming Australia’s AUKUS Workforce Challenges

Australia hasn’t been truly sovereign in its own right since 1788. The head of state remains a foreign monarch. Generations of Australians have been...

AUKUS Partners To Develop Common Control System For Drones

The AUKUS partners – Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom – are eyeing the creation of an “AUKUS” Common Control System for...


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