Breaking the barriers: Reforming US export controls to realise the potential of AUKUS
A new report by the USSC looks at how antiquated US legal system settings under the US International Trade in Arms Regulations are standing in the way of fully realising the AUKUS agenda, potentially limiting Australia's access to critical technologies. In the report, authors William Greenwalt and Tom Corben analyse some of the key hurdles to a functioning AUKUS agreement and ways in which they could be removed.
Integrating deterrence into defence science and technology cooperation
New research from the United States Studies Centre looks at how Australia and the United States can reap greater returns on their investments in shared science and technology, by focusing more on their shared deterrent objectives.
What AUKUS means for defence industry cooperation
United States Studies Centre researchers Tom Corben and Sophie Mayo summarise the key issues discussed at a series of roundtables examining the implications AUKUS has for export controls in defence industries in Australia and the United States.