Recognising that the challenge of â€˜safeguarding Australiaâ€™ must take account of Australiaâ€™s regional environment, the project will explore the different vocabulary, concepts, axioms and norms relating to security issues in Asian societies and Australia. It will consider the way different security understandings can help to explain divergent state and non-state action in approaches to defence matters as well as terrorism and transnational crime. Collaboration with the Industry Partner will assist the Project to be developed (e.g. in the identification of key concepts) and communicated in a way that will be of maximum use to the Australian government and its agencies.
|Effective start/end date||1/07/04 → 31/12/13|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): A$519,024.00
- Lowy Institute: A$115,407.00
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