ASD’s Laura Rosenberger Talks Democracy and China with ANU’s National Security Podcast

2019-04-10T14:04:23+00:00
April 10, 2019
Director, Alliance for Securing Democracy
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In this episode of the National Security Podcast, Katherine Mansted talks with ASD’s Laura Rosenberger about the security challenges democracies face in a world of renewed great power competition and rapid technological change

Why are relations between Washington and Beijing increasingly competitive, and should we expect a reset any time soon? Will Washington have an enduring role to play in the Indo-Pacific? Is technological advancement making strategy more difficult in the 21st century? How can democracies respond to the rising risk of technology-enabled foreign interference? In this National Security Podcast, Katherine Mansted talks with Laura Rosenberger about the security challenges democracies face in a world of renewed great power competition and rapid technological change. Listen to the podcast here.

They also examine the pros and cons of the Trump administration’s approach to the China challenge, and take a look at what good foreign policy could look like in the 21st century, as well as how everyone – from citizens to national governments and overseas allies and partners – can play a role in securing democracies.

 

Australian National University - Crawford School of Public Policy

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