Books & Journals

Research Report: The Strategic Implications of Changing Dynamics & Regional Partnerships on Major Power Competition in the Indo-Pacific
Bruni J., Olney D.J., Jain P.C., Ludwig J.Z. & Tyrrell P.J.

This research received funding under the Department of Defence Strategic Policy Grants Program. All views expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Defence

The China-US Fight for Naval Supremacy, Policy Paper No.17, Trends Research & Advisory, Abu Dhabi, UAE, November 2020
Bruni, J.
security-jam White Paper: Advanced Workshop on Disruptive Technology in the Maritime Domain (2018)
(Eds.) Bruni J. & Tyrrell P.J.
security-jam Friends of Europe 2016 Security Jam Report
Dr. John Bruni – quoted in Friends of Europe 2016 Security Jam Report ‘Beyond Conventional Security Challenges’, submitted to Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs and European Affairs, Didier Reynders.
ecssrScan 2 copy The Emirates Occasional Papers No.86 (2015)
Harb I. & Bruni J., Domestic & Regional Challenges to U.S.-Iran Relations
afghanistan Afghanistan: The Old-New Geopolitical Blackhole (2011)
Bruni, J., Chapter 2, Geo-strategic Lessons from the Past: British and Soviet Campaigns
jaaps Japan, Australia and Asia-Pacific Security (2006)
Jain P. & Bruni J., Chapter 5, American acolytes: Tokyo, Canberra and Washington’s emerging ‘Pacific Axis’
apnio Asia–Pacific and a New International Order: Responses and Options (2006)
Bruni J., Chapter 18, Back to the Future: A ‘Colonial’ Australia in the 21st Century?
gnbn Good Neighbour, Bad Neighbour (2006)
Bruni J., Chapter 6, Towards a friendship based on mutual respect
irap International Relations of the Asia-Pacific (2004)
Jain P. & Bruni J., Japan, Australia and the United States: little NATO or shadow alliance?
jane Dr. John Bruni – contributor to Jane’s Sentinel Oceania 2002–2008
owd On Weapons Decisions (2002)
Dr. John Bruni traces the patterns of Australian defence capital procurement during the country’s two major post–war military modernisations, the early 1960s and the early 1980s