What is the future of AI in military intelligence? What are the unique challenges in Australia's ISR of the future? Theo Squires provides his insights.
What are the key maritime flash points in Southeast Asia? What kind of naval operations do Southeast Asian navies conduct? Dr Collin Koh gives our host Lucy the scoop.
How could the art of waiting helped Japan win in the Pacific theatre of war? Henk Warner discusses the art of waiting within a naval strategy context.
Our host Lucy chats with CDR 'BJ' Armstrong on naval irregular warfare used by the early American navy to face great power competition. CDR Armstrong highlights important lessons for contemporary navies through historical examples.
Both the U.S. and China rely heavily on their surface forces in the South China Sea, but these are seen as inherently offensive. How can the South China Sea problem be resolved between the U.S. and China? Is the current U.S. strategy working? Johnathan Falcone gives us his perspective.
LT Shane Halton, USN discusses the future of military command and control (C2) from two different perspectives: GEN Westmoreland and Dr Perrow. What does the future of mission command in a machine learning and AI-enabled world look like?
In this conversation with Admiral James Stavridis, USN (retd.), we discuss the future of war, development of military technology, the US Space Force and professional military education.
What have been the key naval innovations since the 19th Century? How successful has tactical asymmetry been and will be in the future? In this episode our host Lucy discusses all things naval innovation with RADM Goldrick including his 'Allied coordinated action' strategy, autonomous vessels and naval gunnery. RADM Goldrick also has some intriguing answers to our Sailor's Three challenge.
How vulnerable are sailors to information operations while serving at sea? How can targeted propaganda degrade a sailor's will to fight? Joseph Bunyard's article explains the threat of "pinpoint propaganda" in an era where naval ships are fitted with wifi and sailors have constant access to the internet.
Why does a modern navy need a national narrative? What can navies learn from focussing on organisational culture by using techniques like Simon Sinek's Golden Circle? Richard John Kouyoumdjian Inglis gives us the Chilean perspective.