ANU International Law expert Professor Donald Robertson explains how the international tribunal ruling on the South China Sea will reshape the legal discourse in the region.
Overreaction to events by British police plays into the hands of those who want to undermine society through acts of terrorism or the threat of terrorist violence writes ANU Law expert Clive Williams.
It's time for Australia to consider how our security agencies and defence resources are used in the face of increasing terrorism write ANU Law military law experts Rob McLaughlin and David Letts.
The Deep Web is an important and legitimate research resource, but Clive Williams argues it must be navigated with care in case you inadvertently go to sites engaged in illegal activities.
While tanks and submarines are still required, technological advances in drones, cyber warfare and artificial intelligence mean it's vital our defence industry keeps an eye on future battlespaces, write ANU military law experts Hitoshi Nasu, David Letts and Rob McLaughlin.
As tensions rise again in the South China Sea, actions – and not just words – are required if Australia is to protect its strategic interests, and ensure that international legal norms are not ignored.
The decision to publish the legal basis for Australian military operations abroad is a welcome development, say ANU military law experts, David Letts and Rob McLaughlin.
Associate Professor David Letts gave a talk at the Universidad Bernardo O'Higgins School of Law, titled 'The role of a lawyer when deployed on military operations'.
Australia needs to decide how it will deal with Australians involved in fighting in the Israel-Palestine conflict. Rob McLaughlin and David Letts, Co-Directors of ANU Law's Centre for Military and Security Law write in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Clive Williams writes in the Canberra Times on the challenges of keeping track of potential terrorists in Australia because of the large number of persons of security interest.