Research published externally by National Security College academics includes:
- Henschke, Adam and Lin, Pat (2014), ‘Cyberwarfare ethics, or how Facebook could accidentally make its engineers into targets’, Bulletin of The Atomic Scientists, 25th August, 2014, co-authored with Pat Lin.
- Pijovic, Nikola (2014), 'To be or not to be: Rethinking the possible repercussions of Somaliland’s international statehood recognition', in African Studies Quarterly, Vol.14, Issue 4, pp. 17-36.
- Pijovic, Nikola (2014), 'The Commonwealth: Australia’s Traditional "Window" into Africa, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 103, Issue 4, pp. 383-397.
- Legrand, Tim and Jarvis, L. (2014), 'Enemies of the State: Proscription Powers and Their Use in the U.K', British Politics, online, 30 June 2014.
- Thompson, Sue (2014), ‘The Greatest Success of British Diplomacy in East Asia in Recent Years? British Diplomacy and the end of Confrontation, 1965-1966’, Diplomacy and Statecraft, Vol. 25 No. 2, June 2014.
- Legrand, Tim & Vas, C. (2014), 'Framing the Policy Analysis of OECD and Australian VET Interaction: Two Heuristics of Policy Transfer', Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 16(3), 230-248.
- Legrand, Tim and Vogel, L. (2014), 'The Landscape of Forensic Intelligence Research', Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, online. 23 June 2014.
- Legrand, Tim (2014), ‘Of Citadels and Sentinels: State Strategies for Contesting Cyber-terrorism in the UK’, in Chen, T., Jarvis, L., Macdonald, S. (eds.) CyberTerrorism. London: Springer.
- Legrand, Tim (2014).‘Banishing the enemies of all mankind: the effectiveness of proscribing terrorist organisations in Australia, Canada, the UK and US.’, in Jarvis, L. and Lister, M. (eds) Critical Perspectives on Counter-terrorism. London: Routledge.
- Legrand, Tim and Mathews, Rebecca (2014), 'Risk-based licensing and alcohol-related offences in the Australian Capital Territory’, in Manton E, Room R, Giorgi C, Thorn M, (eds). Stemming the tide of alcohol: liquor licensing and the public interest, Canberra: Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education in collaboration with The University of Melbourne.
- Roberts, Christopher (2014), ‘Myanmar, Cyclone Nargis and Regional Intermediaries' in Minako Sakai, Edwin Jurriens, Jian Zhang and Alec Thornton (eds) Disaster Relief in the Asia Pacific: Agency and Resilience (Routledge: London).
- Roberts, Christopher (2013) “The Future of Regionalism in East and Southeast Asia”, in Andrew Tan (Ed.), East and Southeast Asia: International Relations and Security Perspectives. London: Routledge.
- Enemark, Christian (2013), ‘Unmanned Drones and the Ethics of War’ in Fritz Allhoff, Nicholas G. Evans and Adam Henschke (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Ethics and War: Just War Theory in the 21st Century, (Routledge: London).
- Enemark, Christian (2013), ‘Ethics, Airpower and Coercive Diplomacy’ in Chapter in Keith Brent (ed.), Air Power and Coercive Diplomacy, Air Power Development Centre: Canberra.
- Enemark, Christian (2013), ‘The end of courage? How drones are undermining military virtue’, Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
- Enemark, Christian (2012), 'The Unfinished Business of Abandoning WMD: a Reply to Bentley', Contemporary Security Policy, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 407-412.
- Enemark, Christian and Selgelid, Michael J., eds. (2012), Ethics and Security Aspects of Infectious Disease Control: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Farnham: Ashgate.
- Roberts, Christopher (2012), 'State Weakness and Political Values: Ramifications for the ASEAN Community', in Ralf Emmers (ed) ASEAN and the Institutionalisation of East Asia (Routledge: London).
- Thompson, Sue (2011), 'The Western powers and the development of regional cooperation in Southeast Asia: the international dimension, 1945-67' in Global Change, Peace & Security, Vol 23, No. 1.