Response to "A Nuclear-armed Australia"

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    I am grateful for Alison Broinowski’s and Paul Bracken’s thoughtful comments on my article, “A Nuclear-armed Australia”. They approach their responses from what seem at first very different angles: in Broinowski’s case, the history and arguments that have sustained the strong public support for nuclear disarmament in Australia; in Bracken’s, the role of nuclear weapons in future relations between the great powers. But the common theme underlying both responses is the shape of the future international “nuclear order” – the strategic environment within which Australia will have to develop its policy towards nuclear weapons.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)132–140
    JournalAustralian Foreign Affairs
    Issue number5
    Publication statusPublished - 2019


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