From the resistance of the Ukrainians and the Kremlin’s failures to the impact on the global supply chain and the soaring costs of petrol, the first few weeks of Russia's war on Ukraine has already demonstrated a multitude of unexpected outcomes.
The world was treated to a grotesque spectacle this week. Russia, the current president of the UN Security Council, launched an invasion of Ukraine while the Security Council was holding an urgent meeting to try to resolve the crisis.
The term ‘killer robots’ conjures up images of sci-fi scenarios where wars are being fought by Terminator-like soldiers, but according to UNSW Canberra military ethicist Deane-Peter Baker, it’s not quite that scary or cinematic.
This year's announcement that Australia would acquire nuclear-powered submarines from the US, and the subsequent cancellation of a $90 billion deal with France have launched submarines into the spotlight.
As Australia’s defence capabilities adapt to address emerging threats in cyberspace, enhanced information warfare capabilities within the Department of Defence could help mitigate malign online activities that m
As sabre-rattling intensifies over Taiwan and the controversy over the Chinese embassy's list of 14 grievances is yet to subside, the war of words between Canberra and Beijing is increasingly presented by some here as a war of values between democ