Two years after the announcement of the AUKUS trilateral security pact, we are sharing both new and past APLN expert analyses on the impact of AUKUS in the Asia-Pacific.
Eunjung Lim argues that the UK HoC Foreign Affairs Committee's proposal to include ROK and Japan in the AUKUS partnership should be considered, with caveats.
Nobuyasu Abe explores the implications of the UK Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee's recommendation for Japan's potential involvement in AUKUS, including challenges and opportunities in the ...
Natalie Sambhi discusses the evolving relationship between Indonesia and AUKUS, two years after its launch.
FSI INSIGHTS - APLN Associate Fellow Karla Mae G. Pabeliña argues that the AUKUS partnership is a double gamble.
PEARLS AND IRRITATIONS - APLN member Marianne Hanson writes: there is no accountability or reflection about whether these defence decisions are the best option for Australia.
John Gower argues that AUKUS does not pose a nuclear proliferation risk, but cautions against the US acquisition of SLCM-N which would undermine the deterrent value of AUKUS.
THE GUARDIAN - APLN member Gareth Evans discusses the AUKUS deal and assesses the implications of the AUKUS partnership for Australia's foreign policy and national security.
DISARMAMENT AND SECURITY CENTRE - APLN member Marianne Hanson spoke about AUKUS trilateral security pact and its implications for international law, and regional peace and security.
AUSTRALIA IN THE WORLD - APLN member Allan Gyngell discussed AUKUS, Australia-India ties and recent media coverage of China with co-host Darren Lim.