The APSC co-designs research projects with our Pacific partners.  The projects are within the scope of security as identified by the Boe Declaration, and the research must add value to the security agenda. Our research projects are in partnership with in-country experts.

Resilience in the Pacific

The Australia Pacific Security College endeavours to work with Pacific partners to contribute to the discussion around resilience in the face of security threats in the region. This work has included focused research pathways with regional development organisations and Pacific researchers. While actively participating and engaging in these dialogues with experts in the region, the APSC...

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COVID-19 Tracking Map

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented Pacific Island governments with one of the greatest security challenges faced in the region’s history. Over the past two years, no aspect of policymaking has been spared the impact of the pandemic, with fundamental shifts in the region’s human security, traditional security, economic base and relations with external partners. The...

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Development Bulletin 82

The Australia Pacific Security College produced the 82nd Issue of the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy’s Development Bulletin. It is an occasional publication providing at least one issue a year. Each issue focuses on a specific, topical development theme providing a multi-disciplinary perspective on development activities, theories, impacts, teaching and research. This issue is...

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COVID-19 Trendlines

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented Pacific Island governments with one of the greatest security challenges faced in the region’s history, presenting a major threat to the lives and livelihoods of Pacific people. Covid-19 has also demonstrated the unique position of many Pacific Islands, being difficult to access by international travel. This global position allowed Pacific...

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