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An attempt to define ‘strategy’

Rodger Shanahan is having problems with the phrase ‘civilian strategist’. Perhaps that’s because he’s looking too hard at the adjective and not hard enough at the noun.

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R2P from 10,000 feet

Those in favour of intervention in Libya were quick to cite R2P as the justification for their actions. As the conflict begins to resemble a stalemate, the disconnect between the message and the means has become apparent.

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At the END: Weathering change

The world’s strategic, political and nuclear landscape is changing, and the United States and its allies must adapt: that is the chief point of agreement among all of the contributors to our blog debate on extended nuclear deterrence (END).

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Libya: Should we go around the UN?

The view of Anthony Cordesman on the predicament of NATO and the no-fly zone over Libya, raises important questions for the world and for Australia.

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Australian National Security until 2025

Comments to the Strategic Flashligt seminar on Australia’s future security challenges until 2025.

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