Professor of International Security, University of Adelaide
Joanne Wallis is Professor of International Security in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Adelaide.
Joanne is the author or editor of seven books, including Constitution making during State building (CUP 2014) and Pacific Power? Australia’s Strategy in the Pacific Islands (MUP 2017).
Joanne is the chief investigator on two Australian Research Council Discovery Projects, analysing Australian interventions in the Pacific Islands and the operation of the Australia-New Zealand alliance. She is also the chief investigator on a Defence Strategic Policy Grant analysing the potential of a networked security architecture in the Pacific Islands.
May 28, 2022 11:06 am UTC| Politics
Yet more proposed Chinese security agreements in the Pacific Islands have been leaked. The drafts have been described by critics as revealing the ambitious scope of Beijings strategic intent in the Pacific and its...