November 04, 2021

A techno-diplomacy strategy for telecommunications in the Indo-Pacific

By Lisa Curtis and Martijn Rasser

Head of ANU National Security College Professor Rory Medcalf and Director of ANU Tech Policy Design Centre Johanna Weaver join Lisa Curtis and Martijn Rasser from the Center for New American Security to discuss their recent paper, A Techno-Diplomacy Strategy for Telecommunications in the Indo-Pacific.

Listen to the full conversation from Policy Forum.

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