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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

Paramount is merging Showtime and Paramount Plus, to offer service under new name

Paramount Global media company revealed it would be combining its Showtime TV network and Paramount Plus streaming service. Once merged, the new service will have a new name - Paramount+ with Showtime. Paramount Global...

Shinsegae I&C, Tmap Mobility agree to EV charging collaboration

Shinsegae IC Inc. and Tmap Mobility Co. Ltd. have joined forces for the expansion of their electric car charging business. The companies confirmed their partnership earlier this week. Under the terms agreed upon by...

Netflix users threaten to ditch service new password-sharing policy is implemented

Netflix recently announced it will be collecting fees from subscribers who share passwords with other users. The streaming giant is taking this step to prevent people, who do not pay, from using the service. Moreover,...

BTS’ agency Hybe buys stake in Supertone audio tech startup

Hybe Co., the managing agency of the BTS superstar boy group, has acquired a 56.1% stake in Supertone audio technology firm. The deal was announced by the company on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Hybe Co. said that it has invested...

Kakao Mobility partners with Super Hero, Dealver, Delion Group, Manna Planet delivery services

Kakao Mobility Co. Ltd., a transportation company based in South Korea, has formed an alliance with four major delivery services to boost sales while cutting operation costs as well. The company signed deals with Dealver,...

Politics

Russia-Ukraine war: Kyiv blasts Croatian president's Crimea comments

Ukraines foreign ministry criticized the comments by Croatian President Zoran Milanovic over the Russian-annexed Crimea. Milanovics comments were in contrast with his countrys Prime Minister and the public, who have openly...

Myanmar coup: UK sanctions companies supplying Myanmar military's air strikes

The United Kingdom has imposed sanctions on two companies and two individuals for supplying the Myanmar military with fuel that was used to carry out air strikes in the country. The new sanctions come as the country is now...

Russia-Ukraine war: UK says not practical to send fighter jets

The United Kingdom said it was not practical to send fighter jets to Ukraine after Kyiv said it would now push to secure the vehicles. The new push follows Kyivs securing of battle tanks from the West. A spokesperson...

US: Labor agency says Apple workplace rules violate labor laws

A US labor agency found that major tech company Apple Inc. violated labor laws. The agency found that Apple unlawfully discourages its employees from discussing working conditions. In an email seen by Reuters, the...

Science

S. Korean researchers develop urine test that diagnoses cancer

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

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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...

Our Solar System is filled with asteroids that are particularly hard to destroy, new study finds

A vast amount of rocks and other material are hurtling around our Solar System as asteroids and comets. If one of these came towards us, could we successfully prevent the collision between an asteroid and Earth? Well,...

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...

Technology

McDonald’s tests robot-manned restaurant in US

McDonalds has opened its first restaurant almost without employees in White Settlement, a suburb of Fort Worth, Texas, USA. A video of this restaurant posted on Twitter shows that once a customer walks in, theres no one...

Osaka University designs anti-insect laser gun that could work on roaches too

A research team at Osaka Universitys Institute of Laser Engineering has created a blue laser diode gun that could target and lock on to insects weak spots before firing a precision beam. Led by Professors Hiroshi Fuji...

Intel loses $8 billion in market value after revealing dim forecast

Intel Corp saw about $8 billion wiped off its market value after it fanned fears in the personal computer market by predicting a loss for the first quarter and giving a revenue forecast of $3 billion below...

SK Telecom steps into AI coffee robot biz

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LG Innotek's net up 10.3% in 2022 on auto components demand

LG Innotek Co. posted a net income of 979.8 billion won in 2022, up 10 percent on-year, due to robust sales of high-value products and growing demand from automotive components. The company, an affiliate of LG group and...
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