On Tuesday 25 November, Associate Professor David Letts, co-director of the Centre for Military and Security Law, participated in a forum at the University of the Philippines on International Humanita
Professor Clive Williams writes in the Canberra Times how the Australian government's actions in 2014 means there is a greater likelihood of Australians becoming terrorism victims overseas.
The ongoing disputes between the Philippines and China in the South China Sea are about to reach a critical point. But is China prepared to engage in formal dispute resolution processes? Prof Donald Rothwell writes in the East Asia Forum.
The Russian Navy is getting closer to Australia than we're used to, and beyond the bluster of 'shirtfronting' we don't seem to have a coherent policy response writes ANU College of Law Masters student Emilia Christoforou in the Lowy Institute's Interpreter blog.
Miriam Gani explores why now may not be the best time for the Australian parliament to consider new anti-terror legislation.
Visiting Fellow Clive Williams writes about the debate over the group Is Hizb-ut Tahrir
As Australian military intervention in Iraq and Syria becomes increasingly possible, Professor Don Rothwell explores the legality of sending jets or troops into the Middle East.
Co-Director of the Centre for Military and Security Law, Associate Professor David Letts, will join psychologist Dr Dirk Van Rooy in a Q&A session about the award-winning documentary, The Kill Zone.