Patrick Triglavcanin

Patrick Triglavcanin is a Research Assistant and Deputy Editor of Britain’s World at the Council on Geostrategy. He holds a BA in Sociolegal Studies from the University of Western Australia and a Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations and National Security (first class) from Curtin University.

16 June 2022

E42: European energy security and the role of Ukraine

In Episode 42, Viktorija speaks with the authors of our recent report about European energy security and the role of Ukraine in the future
15 June 2022

New Zealand maintains close ties to the United States

Patrick Triglavcanin argues that New Zealand’s relationship with China never saw it drift away from the worldview of free and open nations
16 June 2022

A new energy policy for Europe: The significance of Ukraine

Dr Alexander Lanoszka, James Rogers and Patrick Triglavcanin outline Ukraine’s potential in replacing Russia’s fossil fuel exports to the European Union
26 May 2022

Labor win the Australian election

Patrick Triglavcanin outlines how the new Labor government in Australia is likely to manage the country’s foreign policy direction
5 May 2022

Chinese university students in Britain: challenges and opportunities

Patrick Triglavcanin investigates the implications of increasingly high numbers of international Chinese students in Britain
26 May 2022

Australian election: defence and foreign policy

Patrick Triglavcanin explores potential defence and foreign policy implications of the upcoming Australian election
7 April 2022

Maximising British engagement with Southeast Asia

Julian Neuweiler and Patrick Triglavcanin detail areas of domestic concern for Southeast Asia and how Britain can engage the region with these in mind
6 April 2022

Empowering the ‘tilt’: The impact of free trade agreements

Patrick Triglavcanin looks at how the United Kingdom-New Zealand free trade agreement will empower the British Indo-Pacific ‘tilt’
6 April 2022

Australia ups Antarctic commitment

Patrick Triglavcanin looks at Australia's commitment to spend nearly $1 billion on its Antarctic programme as China expands its activities on the continent