AUKUS

No gift: Indo-Pacific access is worth its weight in gold

Jennifer Parker investigates what critical access to Australia grants the UK and US through AUKUS

Is it time for Japan to join AUKUS?

Duncan Bartlett investigates the push and pull factors behind Japan’s potential AUKUS membership

How can Australia and the UK work more closely if Donald Trump is elected?

The Council on Geostrategy asks ten experts how the UK and Australia can deepen bilateral cooperation if Trump returns to the US presidency

The case for AUKUS public diplomacy

Euan Graham, John Hemmings and James Rogers argue that AUKUS needs a Public Diplomacy Division akin to NATO’s

How Australia ‘positions’ the United Kingdom

Patrick Triglavcanin investigates the contemporary Australia-UK relationship and its historical foundations

What is strategic advantage?

Gabriel Elefteriu, James Rogers and William Freer provide a refined definition of strategic advantage, and how the UK can create it

What should be on the new foreign secretary’s agenda?

The Council on Geostrategy asks nine experts what should be on the agenda of David Cameron, the new foreign secretary

British foreign policy in an age of Trump 2.0

Ronan P. Mainprize investigates where British foreign policy will be most impacted if Donald Trump returns to the White House

What is the biggest challenge facing AUKUS?

The Council on Geostrategy asks nine strategic experts what the biggest challenge facing AUKUS is on its two-year anniversary

The Royal Navy’s undersea capabilities: Deep enough?

Tom Sharpe OBE assesses the purpose, strength, and distinguishing features of the Royal Navy’s undersea capabilities