|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.
|The Emirates Occasional Papers No.86 (2015)
Harb I. & Bruni J., Domestic & Regional Challenges to U.S.-Iran Relations
|Afghanistan: The Old-New Geopolitical Blackhole (2011)
Bruni, J., Chapter 2, Geo-strategic Lessons from the Past: British and Soviet Campaigns
|Japan, Australia and Asia-Pacific Security (2006)
Jain P. & Bruni J., Chapter 5, American acolytes: Tokyo, Canberra and Washington’s emerging ‘Pacific Axis’
|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?
|Good Neighbour, Bad Neighbour (2006)
Bruni J., Chapter 6, Towards a friendship based on mutual respect
|International Relations of the Asia-Pacific (2004)
Jain P. & Bruni J., Japan, Australia and the United States: little NATO or shadow alliance?
|Dr. John Bruni – contributor to Jane’s Sentinel Oceania 2002–2008|
|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