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Michael L'Estrange
Michael L'Estrange

Michael L'Estrange

Competitive advantage in international policymaking: the value of trend and futures research (NSC Working Paper No 3)

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Rodger Shanahan
Rodger Shanahan

Rodger Shanahan

Sectarian violence: the threat to Australia (NSC Ocassional Paper No 7)

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Mick Keelty et al
Mick Keelty et al

Mick Keelty et al

Cybersecurity: Mapping the ethical terrain (NSC Ocassional Paper No 6)

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Christopher B. Roberts et al
Christopher B. Roberts et al

Christopher B. Roberts et al

Indonesia at home and abroad (Inaugural series of NSC Issue Briefs)

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David Connery
David Connery

David Connery

Disturbing the present: Practical options to inform national security planning in Australia through horizon scanning (NSC Working Paper No 2)

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Leszek Buszynski and Christopher B. Roberts et al
Leszek Buszynski and Christopher B. Roberts et al

Leszek Buszynski and Christopher B. Roberts et al

The South China Sea and Australia's regional security environment (NSC Ocassional Paper No 5)

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Research & publications

The National Security College conducts or commissions research projects aimed at identifying and analysing the key security challenges that the national security community currently confronts or is likely to confront in the foreseeable future. Over time, the College intends to position itself as a hub for national and international researchers so that Australia extracts the maximum benefit from relevant expertise on national security issues.


Occasional Paper Series

Through a competitive research award process, the National Security College commissions scholars to conduct research for the purpose of completing Occasional Papers as well as other research outputs including books and journal articles. While the series included an initial focus on topics designed to assist with course development, it has since evolved to focus on the key challenges and issues relevant to national security. These topics range from the development of national security policy and strategy to cyber security, regional relations, and various sources of regional instability. Occasional Papers are normally between 7,000 and 20,000 words in length but may be significantly longer in some instances.


Working Paper Series

The National Security College ‘Working Paper Series’ provides access to non-commissioned journal length articles in draft format. The series provides an opportunity for policy makers, scholars and members of the public to have unrestricted web-based access to these works and to deliver constructive feedback designed to improve the article before it is submitted and published in either a journal or an edited book. The NSC Working Paper series is open to scholars who hold a formal affiliation with an academic institution.

 

Issue Brief Series

The NSC Issue Brief Series provides concise and timely analysis about political and security matters of relevance to Australia and the Indo-Pacific. NSC Issue Briefs are fully referenced and edited papers of between 2,500 and 4,000 words. While individual issue briefs, or special collections thereof, may be commissioned by the NSC, the series is also open to submission to all scholars who hold a formal affiliation with an academic institution.

Proposals to publish either an NSC Working Paper or Issue Brief should be submitted to Associate Professor Matthew Sussex, Academic Director, at matthew.sussexanu.edu.au

 

Asia Policy articles

Asia Policy is published by The National Bureau of Asian Research, in partnership with the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technological University and the National Security College.

 

 

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