Dr William A. Stoltz is a Non-Resident Fellow at the ANU National Security College, with a focus on international security issues and Australian national security policy. He has worked across government as a senior adviser on strategic and intelligence policy matters.
The shrinking of the Australian mind
Australian strategic decision-makers need lessons in our once-grand ambitions – and accomplishments – in world affairs.
How Australia can help keep the peace in the Arctic
The Arctic will be the next big test of UNCLOS with competing sovereignty claims already apparent.
Israel has neglected Australia for too long
A recognition of Palestine by Australia would therefore be due less to adroit Palestinian advocacy and more a result of failed Israeli diplomacy.