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Chilcot Report shows key intelligence and decision maker failures

Wednesday 6 Jul 2016

The Chilcot Report into the UK Government's decision-making on the invasion and war with Iraq shows failures by intelligence agencies and decision-makers, a CSU academic says.

Ethics, politics and legalities in cyber-warfare

Sunday 19 Jun 2016

The Australian Army has called on a CSU expert to advise it on the ethical, political and legal dilemmas it will face when using drones and cyber-warfare in the coming century.

New community bushfire preparedness plan for NSW

Tuesday 14 Jun 2016

A new community safety program aimed at preparing communities to protect residents' health and wellbeing during major bushfires has been developed using CSU research.

CSU leads world's largest study of jury behaviour

Wednesday 25 May 2016

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has presented findings of research led by Charles Sturt University into how juries reason when deliberating on multiple counts of child sexual abuse.

Are we really sorry when we write ‘sorry’?

Tuesday 17 May 2016

CSU researchers have identified language that indicates whether or not someone is being genuine or false when they write 'sorry'.

Graduation at CSU in Goulburn

Monday 2 May 2016
The outstanding academic achievements of three new NSW police officers will be highlighted during a CSU graduation ceremony in Goulburn from 10.30am on Wednesday 4 May.

Welcome investment in cyber-security strategy

Thursday 21 Apr 2016

The $230 million dollar strategy to boost Australia's cyber-security has been described as a good first step by a CSU expert.

Developing intelligence leaders for the future

Friday 11 Mar 2016

An expert in intelligence and security studies at CSU believes nations should invest more in developing their heads of intelligence.

New Law degree surpasses expectations

Wednesday 24 Feb 2016

The new Bachelor of Laws degree offered for the first time this year at Charles Sturt University has made a splash with 65 new students accepting places in the course.

Biosecurity should be ‘whole of intelligence enterprise’

Friday 29 Jan 2016

The potential impact of biosecurity threats means improving intelligence and early warning should be a 'whole of intelligence enterprise', according to a CSU expert.

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