National resilience for Australia—learning the lessons
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1w ago
The last four years have been tough for Australia. We have seen the disastrous 2019-20 fire season, the Covid-19 pandemic, devastating floods and cyclones, the most comprehensive punitive trade measures used against any country in ..read more
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Does Australia have the will to develop the next critical mineral at scale?
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1w ago
The forces of demand driven by the global energy transition and supply limited by geopolitics are coalescing to make yet another mineral globally ‘critical’—uranium. Australia’s rich economic geology has endowed it with the world’s biggest ..read more
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The EU and the Indo-Pacific: partners for a more stable and prosperous world
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2w ago
At the start of 2024, Europeans are of course deeply concerned by the ongoing Russian war against Ukraine and by the conflict that has broken out again in the Middle East. However, we are not ..read more
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Green barracks: decarbonising the defence estate
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2w ago
Climate change’s threat to national security has been widely examined by security agencies, researchers and thought leaders across the world. Much of this analysis has focused on adaption and operational considerations associated with the destabilisation ..read more
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Throttling Australia’s coking coal exports won’t help world decarbonise
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1M ago
In August, Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek signed off on a 50-year extension to the permit for the Gregory Crinum coal mine, 60 kilometres northeast of Emerald in Central Queensland. This decision provoked outrage from climate ..read more
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New study suggests climate change will make submarine warfare more complex
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2M ago
The AUKUS pact promises to provide Australia with the first of its nuclear-powered submarines (SSNs) in the 2030s. But how will those boats, and the AUKUS SSNs to be delivered in the 2040s, fare in ..read more
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Human security needs to be prioritised in the Pacific’s climate response
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2M ago
Great power rivalry and climate-induced migration are frequently discussed in discourse about the effects of climate change in the Pacific, but we must not forget the implications for human security. As Pacific Islanders are increasingly ..read more
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The case for energy realism at COP28
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3M ago
At the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai, world leaders will, for the first time, officially take stock of global progress towards the goals set out in the Paris climate agreement in 2015 ..read more
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Australia–Tuvalu treaty can do more on climate change
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3M ago
The Australia–Tuvalu Falepili Union treaty is a promising starting point for Australia’s regional response to climate change. The creation of a pathway for Tuvaluans to relocate to Australia makes it the world’s first agreement specifically ..read more
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Australia’s climate-security support for Tuvalu a leap in the right direction
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3M ago
The Falepili Union, a security treaty between Australia and Tuvalu announced at the conclusion of last week’s Pacific Islands Forum leaders’ meeting, is a huge leap forward for tackling climate change—the existential security threat for ..read more
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