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Matthew Sussex

Matthew Sussex

Academic Director, National Security College, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Associate Professor Matthew Sussex is the Academic Director at the National Security College. His main research specialisation is on Russian foreign and security policy, but his interests also cover: government and politics in Eurasia; strategic studies; terrorism and counter-terrorism; energy security; and Australian foreign policy. He is particularly interested in contemporary trends in violent conflict, especially in 'hybrid' warfare and in the evolution of propaganda.

Prior to joining NSC Dr Sussex was Director of Politics and International Relations at the University of Tasmania. He has served on the National Executive of the Australian Institute for International Affairs and has been Associate Editor of the Australian Journal of International Affairs. He is also currently a Non-resident Fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy. Dr Sussex's research has previously been awarded funding by the Australian Research Council (Discovery Projects), the Australia-US Fulbright Commission and the International Studies Association, amongst others.

Dr Sussex's recent solo or collaborative book projects include Eurasian Integration, Central Asia and the New Geopolitics of Energy (Palgrave, 2015); Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia (Palgrave, 2015); Violence and the State (Manchester University Press, 2015), and Conflict in the Former USSR (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Why can't the West agree on how much military support to send to Ukraine?

Jan 24, 2023 05:30 am UTC|

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has been under tremendous pressure to supply Leopard tanks to Ukraine. The government in Kyiv has long argued it desperately needs them to regain territory seized by Russia in its 2022...

What legacy will Vladimir Putin leave Russia?

Dec 08, 2022 11:02 am UTC| Politics

Nobody listened to Russia, Vladimir Putin intoned in 2018, as he unveiled the poisonous fruit of Russias military modernisation project: a nuclear-powered cruise missile; a hypersonic glider; and a nuclear warhead atop a...

Global Geopolitics Series

Could Russia collapse?

Oct 31, 2022 08:37 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

Among the many questions asked about Russias disastrous war against Ukraine, one of them is posed only very rarely: can Russia survive what seems increasingly likely to be a humiliating defeat at the hands of its smaller...

Global Geopolitics Series

Russia’s Ukraine invasion won’t be over soon – and Putin is counting on the West’s short attention span

Jun 23, 2022 16:16 pm UTC| Politics

As Russias war in Ukraine becomes a quagmire of attrition, Western leaders are slowly coming to two realisations about Vladimir Putins intentions. First, Russias war against Ukraine wont be over soon, and is likely to...

Global Geopolitics Series

The Biden-Putin summit: no magic reset of relations, but no hitting the snooze button, either

Jun 20, 2021 12:23 pm UTC| Politics

Much speculation surrounded the lead up to the just concluded summit in Geneva between US President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. Coming after a NATO meeting where Biden reaffirmed his...

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Economy

Manga hoops film Slam Dunk boosts sales of basketball merchandise in S. Korea

South Korean online shopping malls SSG.com and Gmarket and Auction posted increased sales of basketball-related merchandise after the Japanese basketball animated film The First Slam Dunk hit theaters. SSG.com enjoyed a...

Twitter faces more lawsuits over unpaid rent

More landlords are suing Twitter over unpaid rent, this time at the social media companys headquarters in San Francisco and its British offices. Sri Nine Market Square LLC, the owner of Twitters San Francisco...

Bristol Myers sues AstraZeneca anew for another cancer drug patent infringement

Bristol Myers Squibb has sued AstraZeneca for its antibody-based cancer treatment Imjudo, which it says infringes its patents for its drug Yervoy According to Bristol Myer, Imjudo fights cancer in the same way as...

Shinsegae Foods launches plant-based Better Meat store in Gangnam

Shinsegae Foods is opening its first plant-based store in Seoul, South Korea. The company chose to sell its alternative meat products in the busy shopping mall in the countrys Gangnam District. Shinsegae Foods will...

Celltrion buys more stake in UK’s Iksuda Therapeutics, becomes the largest shareholder

Celltrion biopharmaceutical company based in Incheon, South Korea, has become the largest shareholder in United Kingdoms Iksuda Therapeutics biotech firm. This happened after the former acquired more stake in the...

Politics

UK: 200 asylum-seeking children reported missing

The British government said around 200 children seeking asylum in the country have been missing from their temporary hotel accommodation. Some of the missing children were also reported to be under 16 years old. On...

Facebook, Instagram to reactivate Donald Trump’s accounts after the 2-year ban

The Facebook and Instagram accounts of Donald Trump are set to be reactivated by Meta. This will officially lift the ban on the former U.S. president that was imposed two years ago. This means that Meta will allow the...

North Korea: Pyongyang on lockdown due to 'respiratory illness'

Officials in North Korea have placed its capital Pyongyang on lockdown for five cases due to the increasing cases of respiratory illness. The lockdown follows months after North Korea declared to have overcome its outbreak...

Former Taiwan VP Chen Chien-jen to become new premier

Taiwans former vice president Chen Chien-jen is set to become the island nations new premier following the anticipated reshuffling of the presidential cabinet. The reshuffling also comes as the governing Democratic...

Science

S. Korea to invest ₩275 billion in biopharma R&D projects

South Korea will invest 274.6 billion won in the bio-industry this year for 252 new RD projects in the four fields of biopharmaceuticals, healthcare, biomaterials, and medical equipment in 2023. According to South...

Scientists have started steering lightning with lasers – here's how

Lightning may look beautiful but every year it kills thousands of people, does huge amounts of damage to buildings and infrastructure, and causes power outages. The only protection we have is lightning rods, which were...

Eisai, Biogen apply for Alzheimer's drug approval in Japan

Eisai Co. and Biogen Inc. hope to gain approval with the Japanese health ministry by the end of the year of an Alzheimers drug that could both treat the cause and slow symptom progression. The U.S. Food and Drug...

S. Korean researchers unveil lithium replacement for EV battery cathode that increases range

The research team at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology has developed a high-performing lithium metal battery with higher energy storage capacity that can extend the driving distance of electric vehicles by...

Are black holes time machines? Yes, but there's a catch

Black holes form natural time machines that allow travel to both the past and the future. But dont expect to be heading back to visit the dinosaurs any time soon. At present, we dont have spacecraft that could get us...

Technology

US sues Google for abusing dominant position in digital ads biz

The US Justice Department sued Google for anticompetitive, exclusionary, and unlawful means to eliminate competition in the digital advertising business, insisting it should sell its ad manager suite, Google argued...

NBA and Meta to stream live games in ‘NBA Arena’ VR experience

The NBA collaborated with Meta to create NBA Arena, a virtual reality (VR) fan experience on Meta Horizons on the Meta Quest headset. NBA Arena in Meta Horizon Worlds will air 52 live games, including five immersive...

Will AI tech like ChatGPT improve inclusion for people with communication disability?

If youre one of the 1.2 million Australians with communication disability or among the 44% of Australian adults with low literacy, you may soon find helpful, automated communication assistance online. The chat bot...

Netflix paid account sharing option will start in a few months

Netflix account owners and borrowers will have to make some major adjustments soon. The company recently confirmed that its paid account sharing options would be available in more countries in a few months. In a letter...

Installing solar-powered refrigerators in developing countries is an effective way to reduce hunger and slow climate change

Food loss and waste are major problems around the world. When food is tossed aside or allowed to spoil, it makes economies less productive and leaves people hungry. It also harms Earths climate by generating methane, a...
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