We have had to postpone this particular lecture. The new timing will be published as soon as possible, we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.
As one of the leading professional services firms in Canberra, Synergy continuously seeks to enhance our understanding of what drives policy. To this end, we are very pleased to confirm a lecture series on the challenges facing Defence and National Security. The first lecture in our series will be presented by Dr Cathy Moloney, a Visiting Fellow at ANU. Cathy will be speaking to her paper published by the Lowy Institute titled: AUKUS and the nuclear non-proliferation regime.
Australia has already entered a transformational security environment that is changing both deterrence and assurance requirements. Australian policy has consistently recognised that special arrangements need to be put in place to distinguish between the civil and military applications of nuclear energy. Nuclear agencies say it is too early to speculate what legislative and infrastructure changes are required to support the nuclear-powered submarine project. Understanding what is required for nuclear stewardship will be challenging without a domestic nuclear power industry. This lecture reviews Australia’s nuclear policy and its strategic implications.
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ALL VIEWS IN THESE LECTURES ARE THOSE OF THE PRESENTER AND NOT THOSE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE NOR OFFICIAL POLICY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.