I am grateful for Alison Broinowskiâ€™s and Paul Brackenâ€™s thoughtful comments on my article, â€œA Nuclear-armed Australiaâ€. They approach their responses from what seem at first very different angles: in Broinowskiâ€™s case, the history and arguments that have sustained the strong public support for nuclear disarmament in Australia; in Brackenâ€™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 â€œnuclear orderâ€ â€“ the strategic environment within which Australia will have to develop its policy towards nuclear weapons.
|Journal||Australian Foreign Affairs|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|