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The Land Power Forum blog is published by the Australian Army Research Centre in order to generate discussion and debate about the future of Army.

It is a forum for informed analysis, commentary, thoughts and ideas. Contributions are welcomed from stakeholders, subject matter experts and those interested in future land warfare.

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Emerging Threats and Opportunities Andrew Maher
27 October 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
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Emerging Threats and Opportunities (The UK Integrated Operating Concept) Andrew Maher
22 October 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
Emerging Threats and Opportunities graphic
Emerging Threats and Opportunities Jason Trembath, Andrew Maher
20 October 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
Emerging Threats and Opportunities graphic
Emerging Threats and Opportunities Jason Trembath, Andrew Maher
13 October 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
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Australia’s Antarctic Frontier: Our Unchecked Indo-Pacific Strategic Faultline – Part 2 Kurt Brown
7 October 2020 Strategy
Emerging Threats and Opportunities graphic
Emerging Threats and Opportunities Jason Trembath, Andrew Maher
6 October 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
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Book Review: The Fortress: The Great Siege of Przemysl Andrew Maher
30 September 2020 Book reviewMilitary theory
Map of Antarctica Edward VII Land and surrounds
Australia’s Antarctic Frontier: Our Unchecked Indo-Pacific Strategic Faultline – Part 1 Kurt Brown
29 September 2020 Strategy
Emerging Threats and Opportunities graphic
Emerging Threats and Opportunities Andrew Maher
28 September 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
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ADFA Battlefield Study Tour: A ‘Lightbulb’ Activity Andrew D'Urso
23 September 2020 Staff RidesStrategyMilitary theory
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Moral injury in the ADF Part 2: Why ADF members are vulnerable, and how the ADF can prepare its people David Cooling
22 September 2020 Moral InjuryLeadership
Emerging Threats and Opportunities graphic
Emerging Threats and Opportunities Jason Trembath
21 September 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
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Moral injury in the ADF Part 1: State morality and individual moral identity David Cooling
15 September 2020 Moral InjuryLeadership
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The ADF as an Information Operation Cameron Moyses
15 September 2020 Information Warfare
Emerging Threats and Opportunities graphic
Emerging Threats and Opportunities Jason Trembath
14 September 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
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Book Review: A House in the Mountains: The Women who liberated Italy from Fascism Andrew Maher
10 September 2020 Book reviewHybrid Warfare
Three APCs driving towards us on a road with Iraq's Victory Arch in the background
Saddam’s Iraq: A Strangely Conceived Strategy Ashton Robinson
9 September 2020 Strategy
Emerging Threats and Opportunities graphic
Emerging Threats and Opportunities Jason Trembath, Andrew Maher
7 September 2020 Emerging Threats and Opportunities
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The armée de Terre ‘benchmarking’ blog series: Organisational culture Ben McLennan
3 September 2020 Culture
Quantum Sensors explained
Quantum Technology: Sensing and imaging Marcus Doherty, Andre Luiten, David Simpson, Liam Hall
2 September 2020 Quantum Technology
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