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Congratulations Class of 2016!
Congratulations Class of 2016!

Congratulations Class of 2016!

Mongolian national Enkh-Orshikh was one 16 students graduating with the Master of National Security Policy from the Australian National University.

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US Global Trends report examines global paradoxes
US Global Trends report examines global paradoxes

US Global Trends report examines global paradoxes

The College is pleased to have contributed to the latest edition of the US National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends report: Paradox of Progress.

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360° cyber security game – first impressions
360° cyber security game – first impressions

360° cyber security game – first impressions

The policy implications of Australia’s first cyber game, organised by the College and RAND, are already starting to emerge, says Michelle Price in The Canberra Times.

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Weighing up Trump’s Secretary of State nominee
Weighing up Trump’s Secretary of State nominee

Weighing up Trump’s Secretary of State nominee

Running a quasi-state like ExxonMobil is not quite the same as running the US State Department. Our energy expert Jennifer Hunt explains in Australian Outlook.

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The ritual of banning terrorist organisations
The ritual of banning terrorist organisations

The ritual of banning terrorist organisations

With 85 organisations banned in the past 16 years, the British parliament has developed a predictable pattern, argue Tim Legrand and Lee Jervis in this LSE blog post.

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#Censusfail much worse than a bureaucratic bungle
#Censusfail much worse than a bureaucratic bungle

#Censusfail much worse than a bureaucratic bungle

The linking of a personal ID to other information makes census data a goldmine for hacking by foreign powers and malicious agents, warns Roger Bradbury in The Australian.

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The Trump ascendancy - our experts comment
The Trump ascendancy - our experts comment

The Trump ascendancy - our experts comment

Our experts comment on the impending Trump presidency's implications for great power relations in our region and the future of the alliance.

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The College

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The National Security College is a specialist graduate centre for national security study, research and outreach. We offer executive and professional development courses, graduate and doctoral studies that address security challenges, strategy planning and policy implementation facing Australia, the region and the world.

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We regularly invite speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds to present on key issues in national and international security. These public seminars are also filmed and available as vodcasts. Click below for the latest National Security College news, events, publications and media.

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