Professor, International Security and Intelligence Studies – ANU
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Seventy Years on, the Korean War Still Resonates
Seven decades after the signing of the Korean War armistice there are lessons to be drawn for a region that faces a continuing risk of armed conflict, writes John Blaxland.
Shinzo Abe: Remembering architect of the Indo-Pacific strategy
Perhaps no other leader has shaped the modern strategic landscape of the Indo-Pacific as much as Shinzo Abe, write Dr Ashok Sharma and John Blaxland. He will be missed.
Australia and ROK: The untapped strategic opportunity
Australia and the Republic of Korea have made steady and modest steps towards a closer defence and security partnership amid growing regional strategic uncertainty. Lauren Richardson and John Blaxland argue the key to stronger ties lies in greater collaboration in defence industry, science and technology.