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Richard Tanter is Senior Research Associate at Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability and Director of the Nautilus Institute at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. A Japan Focus associate, he has written widely on Japanese security policy, including 'With Eyes Wide Shut: Japan, Heisei Militarization and the Bush Doctrine' in Melvin Gurtov and Peter Van Ness (eds.), Confronting the Bush Doctrine: Critical Views from the Asia-Pacific, (New York: Routledge, 2005). He co-edited, with Gerry Van Klinken and Desmond Ball, Masters of Terror: Indonesia's Military and Violence in East Timor.
US Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Activities in Japan 1945 – 2015: A Visual Guide
Australia in America's Third Iraq War
Indonesia, Australia and the Edward Snowden Legacy: Shifting asymmetries of power
The US Military Presence in Australia: Asymmetrical Alliance Cooperation and its Alternatives
An Australian Role in Reducing the Prospects of China-Japan War over the Senkakus/Diaoyutai?
Rethinking Extended Nuclear Deterrence in the Defence of Australia
Nuclear Power, Risk Management and Democratic Accountability in Indonesia: Volcanic, regulatory and financial risk in the Muria peninsula nuclear power proposal
The Coming Catastrophe: the American War in Afghanistan and Pakistan
The Maritime Self-Defence Force Mission in the Indian Ocean: Afghanistan, NATO and Japan's Political Impasse
East Timor: the Crisis Beyond the Coup Attempt
The Re-emergence of an Australian Nuclear Weapons Option? Implications for Indonesia and the Asia Pacific
The End of Alliance "Business as Usual"? Ozawa's Rejection of Japan's Indian Ocean Deployment
Australia's Expansive Asian Security Footprint: the 2007 Defence Update, the United States, and the abuses of realism
Covert Expansion of the US-Japan Security Treaty: Missile Defence Response to the July 2006 North Korean Missile Test by US Naval Vessels Home-Ported at Yokosuka
The New American-led Security Architecture in the Asia Pacific: Binding Japan and Australia, containing China
Japan's Indian Ocean Naval Deployment: Blue water militarization in a "normal country"
Voice and Silence in the First Nuclear War: Wilfred Burchett and Hiroshima
South Korea's Power Play at the Six-Party Talks
Does Japan Have a National Strategy?
Japanese Militarization and the Bush Doctrine