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Markus Mannheim 🌦️ 52m
From : Climate change is an existential threat to Australia. China, India or Indonesia's military ambitions are not
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Australia Defence Association 4h
Moral (sometimes spiritual) wounding. Its not just an "injury".
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FutureIsNotThePast 1h
Replying to @ASPI_org
Oh, look here's a public funded cash flow. Let's see how Private industry can clip the ticket, and take a profit, off every public dollar spent. Thus reducing the quantity of defense we can have for each tax dollar.
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Markus Mannheim 🌦️ 5h
Cost of War Memorial's massive expansion climbs above the cited $500m via &
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FutureIsNotThePast Jul 22
Replying to @Source_Persil
And your example is?
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Markus Mannheim 🌦️ Jul 22
The Defence Department has no record of approving more than one in five of its credit-card purchases for staff travel via
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James Garth Jul 17
Finally got my hands on this mandatory reading for geopolitics and defence. It’s earned positive reviews from Kim Beazley, Gareth Evans, Admiral Chris Barrie, Karen Middleton, Allan Gyngell and more. Bracing for stimulation and controversy in equal measure!
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The Central Blue 5h
The return of values: Morrison’s strategic policy agenda | Michael Shoebridge | via
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David Feeney Jul 22
Ankara’s purchase of Russian S-400 missiles, despite the vehement objections of the United States and other NATO members, has led to new calls to expel Turkey from the alliance
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Don Q Jul 22
Cold clear day. Distinctive sound. F-35 not too stealthy from miles away.
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Don Q 6h
. Does not believe in defending Australia.
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FutureIsNotThePast 6h
So is identifing Australia's strategic interest and prioritizing them ahead of USA. AU is wasting billions on a flawed Naval strategy. .
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FutureIsNotThePast Jul 22
Interestingly, back bencher ., on to , argued the Middle East, ie Hormuz Strate, is not a region of strategic interest to Australia.
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Lynda French Jul 18
OOPS! The top secret location of hundreds of US weapons has been revealed in a report drawn up by the country’s own allies. World’s biggest super power should keep under its belt — where the nukes are stored.
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Australia Defence Association Jul 18
Many lessons for an island-continent so dependent on seaborne trade. 3 differences cf. WW1&2 Britain & WW2 Japan. Aust can at least feed itself, we export bulk raw materials & in Aust its rigid academic theorists who so misunderstand sea control.
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ken cha_OzVeteransVote Jul 18
Naval Group, parent company for the Royal Australian Navy’s Attack Class submarines, has submitted a proposal to partner with Australian businesses and industry to locally produce the latest generation torpedo countermeasure technology, CANTO.
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FutureIsNotThePast 6h
Boiling the frogs is progressing well. Australia needs its own Strategic objectives, not mindless bipartisanship on the myth of American regional supremacy.
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The Central Blue Jul 22
Future-proofing the Attack class (part 3): regional superiority | Derek Woolner and David Glynne Jones | via
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FutureIsNotThePast Jul 21
What Hugh White can teach defense elites about what they're paid to do:
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LoFlyt Jul 21
Have a look at the current opportunities at Use your defence experience, or software nous to help digitise the army.
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