Preserving Peace as China Rises II: Preparing for a Post-American Asian Order Benjamin Herscovitch
With US leadership unable to guarantee peace and security in the Indo-Pacific this century, the region will need to transition to a balance of power system divided between China, the United States, India and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). To mitigate dangerously destabilising tensions between these great powers, this report also recommends establishing new Asian security dialogues and communication hotlines between the Chinese National Security Council and its Indian and American counterparts.
New Threats to Security, Old Threats to Liberty George Williams AO and Samantha Yorke
Anthony Mason Professor of law George Williams and Internet industry legal expert Samantha Yorke will discuss the Commonwealth government’s proposed changes to national security laws and potential introduction of data retention requirements.
Sovereignty, Blame Games and Tony Abbott’s New Federalism Anne Twomey, Jeremy Sammut, Nick Greiner and Robert Carling
Helen Hughes: A Tribute Glenys Byrne, Greg Lindsay, Noel Pearson, Ron Duncan and Tony Abbott