Captain Malcolm Brailey is a Research Fellow (ARes) at the Land Warfare Studies Centre. He was previously an Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Singapore, where he was part of the Revolution in Military Affairs studies program. Captain Brailey is a former regular infantry officer and is currently a Senior Policy Officer in the Department of Defence. He holds a Master of Arts (International Relations) (ANU), a Graduate Diploma in Defence Studies (Deakin) and a Bachelor of Arts (UNSW).
Captain Brailey has written and presented papers on various aspects of defence transformation in Australia and South-East Asia, and his research interests also include the legal and ethical factors governing the use of armed force. His recent article, ‘The Use of Pre-emptive and Preventive Force in an Age of Terror: Some Ethical and Legal Considerations’, appeared in the Australian Army Journal, vol. II, no. 1, Winter 2004.
(Last updated: November 2005)