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Secretary Blinken’s Participation in Ministerial on Libya
Trumped-Up Charges Against Critics in Nicaragua
Intelligence and Security Committee annual report
Disrupting tech-policy focus of new ANU centre
Fast Facts: AFP powers under SLAID legislation
Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Foreign Interference in or Undermining Public Confidence
Secretary Blinken’s Call with Foreign Minister Lamamra
Washington Declaration
Elections Bill introduced in Parliament today
Go8 universities committed to providing a safe, secure environment for students and staff
Universities Australia condemns all forms of coercion on campus and in classroom
Beijing Threatening Academic Freedom: Australia
Secretary-General underlines UN commitment to Libya
United States and Libya
Like-minded countries must build our own sovereign capability and resilience
Greens call for Facebook to be held accountable for role in spreading disinformation
‘Votes for life’ for British citizens living abroad
AFP announces new female recruitment target
VC to chair Universities Australia
Release of CSIS 2020 Public Report
Outcomes from Five Country Ministerial Meeting
Five Country Ministerial Communiqué
Statement from Minister for Home Affairs
Supporting Libyan-led political process in Libya
Group of Eight Measures to Safeguard Australia’s Research
Online Student Sentiment Survey – Q1 and Q2 results
Statement by National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Supporting Elections in Libya
House of Representatives Vote on a Libyan Interim Government of National Unity
UWA launches Defence and Security Institute
Government needs to tackle foreign influence “grey zone”
Libya vote offers renewal and reconciliation chance, says veteran UN negotiator
New Berkeley center will explore bipartisan security solutions
UK joint statement on progress made by Libyan Political Dialogue Forum
Australians urged to ‘Think Before You Link’ online
Intelligence Committee to focus on higher education and research sector security
United States Sanctions Five Iranian Entities and Watchlists IRGC Cyber Actors for Interfering
Recommended readings from sector leaders
Don’t suffocate international partnerships with red tape
Foreign interference in universities inquiry under consideration
Telecommunications Sector Security Reforms under Committee scrutiny
Statement from CSIRO following reports in Australian newspaper
Rewards for Justice – Reward Offer for Information on Foreign Interference in U.S. Elections
Statement by Director of Canadian Security Intelligence Service
Australia must reform social media to protect democracy and stop disinformation