ANZUS, AUKUS and everything in between: Australians’ views of the US Alliance
The Alliance with the United States is historically one of the most important aspects of Australia’s strategic policy — including in relation to Australia’s response to the changing strategic environment in the Indo-Pacific.
Recent qualitative research on Australian public opinion on the US Alliance, conducted by the United States Studies Centre, sheds new light on how the relationship is viewed, and what future cooperation could look like.
In this episode of the National Security Podcast, Professor Rory Medcalf is joined by Professor Caitlin Byrne and Professor Stephan Frühling, two authors of the recently published report, 'An incomplete project': Australians' views of the US alliance, to discuss their findings.
Caitlin Byrne is a Professor and Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) at Griffith University.
Stephan Frühling is a Professor at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at The Australian National University.
Professor Rory Medcalf AM is Head of the ANU National Security College. His professional experience spans more than three decades across diplomacy, intelligence analysis, think tanks, journalism and academia.
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- ‘An incomplete project': Australians' views of the US Alliance, research by the United States Studies Centre
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