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Robert Ayson is Director of Studies, Graduate Studies in Strategy and Defence programme, Australian National University, Canberra.. In his home country of New Zealand, he taught at Massey University and Waikato University, served as adviser to the legislative select committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, and worked as an intelligence analyst with the External Assessments Bureau. As a Commonwealth Scholar he completed his PhD in War Studies at King's College, London - this book is based on the doctoral thesis. His main research interests are strategic concepts, nuclear issues, aspects of Asia-Pacific regional security and Australasian defence policies.
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