Twice the size in a fraction of the time: Government responses to the Global Financial Crisis and COVID-19
Non-resident fellow David Uren examines how the US and Australian governments are using monetary policy and emergency packages in response to the COVID-19 pandemic compared to actions taken during the GFC.
The US military's role in response to COVID-19
In new analysis from the United States Studies Centre, non-resident senior fellow Dr Jim Golby discusses the ways in which the United States military, including the National Guard, are able to be mobilised in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Operationalising deterrence in the Indo-Pacific
This report provides an analytical summary of proceedings from the second round of the US-Australia Indo-Pacific Deterrence Dialogue held in Washington DC. Participants at the dialogue discussed the security challenges facing the United States, Australia and their regional allies and partners in an increasingly contested Indo-Pacific.
The United States' next Pearl Harbour or 9/11
The United States Surgeon General has warned the fallout from COVID-19 will “be our Pearl Harbour, our 9/11”, as the country’s death toll rises above 8,400. Read more about Adams's comments as well as the latest on the US response to COVID-19 and the 2020 presidential race in this week's edition of The 45th.