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ANU Graduate Studies Information Evening
ANU Graduate Studies Information Evening

ANU Graduate Studies Information Evening

Staff from across the University, Including the NSC, will be available to give you advice and answer your questions about our wide range of graduate programs. Register now for 14 October.

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From free gift to marketing fiasco
From free gift to marketing fiasco

From free gift to marketing fiasco

How did U2's Songs of Innocence become history's most deleted album? asks the NSC's resident ethicist, Dr Adam Henschke.

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Sectarianism - the threat to Australia
Sectarianism - the threat to Australia

Sectarianism - the threat to Australia

NSC Visiting Fellow Dr Rodger Shanahan argues that Australian Islam is missing clerical leadership when it comes to preventing youth joining jihad.

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Occassional paper launch: Cyber security - mapping the ethical terrain
Occassional paper launch: Cyber security - mapping the ethical terrain

Occassional paper launch: Cyber security - mapping the ethical terrain

Associate Professor Mick Keelty and others discuss the trade-offs involved in managing the risks to cyber security.

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NSC Indonesia issue briefs published
NSC Indonesia issue briefs published

NSC Indonesia issue briefs published

It's election season in Indonesia. Get up to date on it's ascending status in world affairs with these 14 issue briefs.

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National Security College public seminar series
National Security College public seminar series

National Security College public seminar series

We regularly invite speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds to present key issues around national and international security studies topics at our public seminars. Sign-up for invitations to our up-coming events.

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The College

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The National Security College (NSC) is a specialist graduate college for national security studies. It offers graduate studies, PhDs, executive and professional development courses that address security challenges, strategy planning and policy implementation facing Australia, Asia Pacific and the world.

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Events


We regularly invite speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds to present key issues around national and international security studies topics at our public seminars. These seminars are also filmed and available as vodcasts. So, if you have missed an event, visit our webpages for the public seminar series.

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