Promoting Amity: Diplomacy and Dialogue as Statecrafts in a Fragmented World
By Dr Marty Natalegawa
"The issues are intractable, difficult. …, but they don't actually have to lead to open conflict. There are ways and means to resolve them."
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The Science, Technology and Security (STS) Bulletin

Featuring thought pieces on fusion, nuclear, and hydrogen technology, written by experts who explore how they may be used for global energy demands.

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Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) – Volume 16 Issue 03

This issue includes five articles looking at far-right and extreme-right threats in Australia, the use of AI and 3-D printed weapons by these groups as well as the potential impact of various elections in the West in 2024 on the far-right threat.

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