Dr Albert Palazzo is a Canberra-based defence analyst. He has published widely on the military history of Australia and contemporary military issues. His publications include The Australian Army: A History of its Organisation and Forging Australian Land Power: A Primer. His current research interests are war and climate change.
When you’re in a hole, stop digging: Australia and the nuke sub deal
By the time Canberra’s subs roll off the dock, their capabilities will be obsolete, and there are bigger threats, too.
Risks versus opportunities in national security thinking
Conventional security logic is undergoing a revolution that includes renewable energy. Australia needs to get on board.
War on the Korean Peninsula: Targeting a better peace
If war on the Korean Peninsula does eventuate, the US should see it as an opportunity to forge a better peace.