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CHINA’S ADIZ: A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS

Canberra, 19 December 2013 The so-called US pivot to Asia has brought the Asia-Pacific region into global focus and highlighted the fact that along with its economic dynamism, there are also political upheavals and turmoil in the region. Significantly the common cause of this turbulence is the activities of the People’s Republic of China, by […]

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National Security and History Part IB

Singapore, 11 January 2009 The concept of national security, while historically a constant factor, has undergone changes over the years. What we are witnessing today is a rapid change in the understanding of what constitutes national security and also the acceptance of a much broader remit to forces of the state in ensuring the nation’s […]

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