Key Developments

Looking Back at Australia’s Pearl Harbor

05/15/2022
By Australian Defence Business Review

The attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 has been re-lived through every medium, from…

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Living in Wikipedia Land: Which Version of the Truth do you Want?

05/11/2022
By Kenneth Maxwell

There is a memorable scene in Ghost Busters where Bill Murray tells Sigourney Weaver in explaining…

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Will Washington Learn from China’s Successful Stroke in the Solomon Islands?

05/10/2022
By James Durso

China has no shortage of political sages but, in its recent move on the Solomon Islands,…

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The Way Ahead for the ADF: Mastering the Art of Warfare

05/09/2022
By Robbin Laird

John Conway was the moderator for the recent Williams Foundation seminar on the integrated networked force.…

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India is Central Asia’s Ideal Development Partner

05/08/2022
By James Durso

One year ago, U.S. president Joe Biden announced U.S. troops would leave Afghanistan so, as far…

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Towards a Joint ‘’Esprit de Corps’’: U.S. Marine Corps and French Army Sister Units Increase Joint Expeditionary Training

05/06/2022
By Murielle Delaporte

Last month, U.S. Marine Corps Maj.Gen. Francis F. Donovan, 2nd Marine Division (2ndMarDiv) commanding general, welcomed…

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Special Reports
05/09/2022
On March 24, 2022, the Williams Foundation held its first of two seminars to be held this year....
Book Review
There has been a myriad of discussion, discourse, and symposia about the impact of technology on military oriented strategic agility, be it for units, theater operations, or allied operations across theaters. Seldom do we come across a compendium that doesn’t of...
Featured Defense System
05/09/2022
By Australian Defence Business Review

The KONGSBERG Naval Strike Missile and Joint Strike Missile (NSM /JSM) family of surface and air-launched anti-ship and land-attack cruise missiles is steadily growing its customer base, with Finland being the latest to nominate the air-launched JSM for its planned Lockheed Martin F-35A fighters. The Finnish Air Force will be the third customer for the JSM after the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF) and Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF), both of which will also employ it from the F-35A. This is in addition to four current and three planned operators of the surface-launched NSM, including the US Navy/Marine Corps, Royal Norwegian Navy, Royal Malaysian Navy, Canadian Navy, and the Polish Navy. The NSM has a range in excess of 250km, whilst the JSM’s range is dependent on its flight and launch profile, and...

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