Katherine is a senior adviser at the ANU National Security College and a fellow at Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, with a focus on technology policy, foreign affairs and national security. She has previously worked as a commercial solicitor, an adviser to Australia’s financial services minister, and a Judge’s associate in the High Court of Australia.
Peeling back the label in Australia’s America and China relationships
Whether “friends”, “customers” or more, a definitive policy stamp is not needed to navigate security and economic ties.
Olympic détente just another North Korean deceit
While cheerleaders dance in PyeongChang, officials in Pyongyang are pushing ahead with a nuclear and ballistic missile program.