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Arrests Amid Economic Protests in Iran
Biggest overhaul of state threats legislation for generation
Australia’s deteriorating security environment leads to surge in PJCIS workload
AFP dogs trained to sniff out serious crime at new facility
Security of Critical Infrastructure Legislation
First periodic report on Human Rights tabled
Senator Kimberley Kitching condolence motion Australian Parliament House
National Security – Shared Agenda
Universities to assess recommendations from Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security
Next steps to combat foreign interference at Australian universities
Ukraine fights propaganda with censorship
Ministerial Meeting on Counter-Terrorism and Transnational, Serious and Organised Crime – Communiqué
Research of Ukrainian ban on Russian social media
Opening statement to PJCIS Review of Security Legislation Amendment Bill 2022
IRU sets out higher education policy agenda for next government
Go8 supports changes to critical infrastructure legislation
Improved reforms to counter espionage, foreign interference in telecommunications sector
Operational success reveals AFP helped keep South Australians safe in 2021
National Security Intelligence Priorities released
NZ chairs meeting of five Attorneys-General
Australia’s intelligence agencies navigate challenging operating environment
Go8 plays critical role in Australia’s national security
Foreign Interference Guidelines find balance between threats and opportunities
Morrison government strengthens Australia’s university sector to withstand foreign interference
Universities Australia welcomes release of revised UFIT Guidelines
Libya elections ‘essential next step’ towards peace and stability: Guterres
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Italian Foreign Minister Di Maio 30 October
Slater & Gordon investigating shareholder class action against Star Entertainment Group
Withdraw Foreign Interference Bill in Singapore
Singapore Must Expand Civic Space and End Undue Restrictions on Fundamental Freedoms
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