Security Challenges
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Title Security Challenges
ISSN (Digital) 2653-5475
ISSN (Print) 1833-1459
Journal URL
Scope – Subject Security – broadly defined to include military, economic, human, diplomatic, environmental, cyber and AI, policing, and intelligence – covering Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, South Asia, North Asia, East Africa, and Antarctica and the Arctic regions – as well as international law and security and applied historical analysis.
Scope – Form Peer-reviewed research; commentary; book reviews; letters to editor
Publisher The Institute for Regional Security
Publisher URL
Publisher Address Level 4, 42 Macquarie StBarton ACT 2600


PO Box 4060

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Publisher Contact Mr Chris GardinerChief Executive Officer

Access Open



Editorial Chair Dr Michael Rainsborough
Professor of Strategic Theory
Australian War College (Canberra)
Editorial Manager Chris Gardiner
Domain Editors
(as at 1 August 2023)
Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed – Peace & Conflict
A/Professor Strategic & Security Studies
UAE National Defense College (Abu Dhabi)

Dr Sascha Dov Bachmann – Int Law & Security
Professor in Law and Security
University of Canberra

Dr Ajay Darshan Behera – South Asia
Professor, MMAJ Academy International Studies
Jamia Millia Islamia (New Delhi)

Dr Ahmed Hashim – Military Security
A/Professor, Military Studies
Australian War College (Canberra)

Dr David Lowe – Applied History
Professor & Chair, Contemporary History,
Deakin University (Melbourne)

Dr Makumi Mwagiru – East Africa
Professor, Institute of Diplomacy & international Studies, University of Nairobi

Dr. Aki Tonami – Antarctic & Arctic
A/Professor Int Relations & Economics
University of Tsukuba (Tokyo)

Dr Pichamon Yeophantong – Human Security
A/Professor & Head of Research
Australian War College (Canberra)
Chair, UN Human Rights & Business Working Group

Dr Charmaine Willoughby – Southeast Asia
A/Professor, International Relations
De La Salle University (Manila)

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