| 15 December 2008

A non-provocative defence posture for Australia

In a new Lowy Institute Perspective, Sam Roggeveen makes the case for a non-provocative defence policy for Australia. We can ameliorate the security dilemma for our neighbours and reduce the likelihood of arms racing by giving up some of our offensive military capabilities.Sam Roggeveen

  • Sam Roggeveen

In a new Lowy Institute Perspective, Sam Roggeveen makes the case for a non-provocative defence policy for Australia. We can ameliorate the security dilemma for our neighbours and reduce the likelihood of arms racing by giving up some of our offensive military capabilities.Sam Roggeveen

  • Sam Roggeveen