Economics and security are colliding more now than at any time in the post-war era. The use of economic tools for geopolitical and strategic purposes is creating headaches for policy makers and the private sector alike. How to navigate this new world and support international allies and partners while protecting national domestic interests and industry is increasingly challenging. USSC is a first mover in this space, providing timely and well-informed analysis and practical solutions that assist Australia and the US to respond to economic security dynamics.
The Emerging Technology Program focuses on the most critical emerging technology challenges facing Australia, the United States and our allies and partners. The program explores the threats and opportunities of technologies still in development or where the practical applications are largely unrealised ranging from artificial intelligence and quantum to big data and electronic warfare.
The Foreign Policy and Defence Program produces policy-oriented analysis of American strategic policy in the Indo-Pacific and the future of the Australia-United States alliance. The program offers insights and recommendations to its stakeholders through publications, policy dialogues, strategic futures workshops, outreach activities, podcasts, and other mediums.
The Politics, Society and Culture Program addresses questions about US democracy, governance and political institutions; the attitudes and values that structure US society and what this means for US allies; shifts in US balancing of individual freedom, inequality and state power; US cultural presentation of itself to the world; and the differences and similarities between the United States and its allies and partners in key domains of public policy.
Women in the Alliance brings together a diverse group of talented female professionals for exclusive opportunities designed to advance and accelerate their careers, amplify their expertise and expand their professional network.
The Sunnylands Initiative brings together thought leaders from across the Indo-Pacific to discuss challenges and opportunities for advancing democratic norms and governance in the region.