Dr Carl Ungerer's Main Publications

*Refereed

BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS

Beyond bin Laden: Future trends in terrorism, ASPI Strategy Paper, December 2011.

A Natural Power: challenges for Australia’s resources diplomacy in Asia, ASPI Strategy Paper, June 2010, with Richard Leaver.

Neighbourhood Watch: The Evolving Terrorist Threat in Southeast Asia, ASPI Strategy Paper, June 2008, with Peter Chalk.

Australian Foreign Policy in the Age of Terror, edited (Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2008).

The Politics of Nuclear Non-Proliferation edited with M. Hanson, (Sydney: Allen and Unwin for the Australian National University, 2001).

JOURNAL ARTICLES/PAPERS

*‘The Middle Power Concept in Australian Foreign Policy’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 53 no. 4 (November 2007), pp. 538-551.

*‘Influence without Power: Middle Powers and Arms Control Diplomacy during the Cold War’, Diplomacy and Statecraft, vol. 18 no. 2 (June 2007), pp. 393-414.

‘Issues in Australian Foreign Policy: July-December 2006’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 53 no. 2 (June 2007), pp. 267-280.

‘Australia’s Policy Responses to Terrorism in Southeast Asia’, Global Change, Peace and Security, vol. 18 no. 3 (October 2006), pp. 193-199.

‘The Agroterror Threat’, Australasian Science, vol. 27 no. 4 (May 2006), pp. 27-30.

*‘The Threat of Agroterrorism to Australia: A Preliminary Assessment’, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, vol. 29 no. 2 (February 2006), pp. 159-175, with D. Rogers.

‘Issues in Australian Foreign Policy’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 50 no. 4 (December 2004), pp. 573-587.

‘Comment on Ulf Sundhaussen’s ‘Terror and America’’, Social Alternatives, vol. 23 no. 2 (2004).

*‘The Canberra Commission: Paths Followed, Paths Ahead’, Australian Journal of International Affairs, vol. 53 no. 1 (April 1999), pp. 5-18, with Marianne Hanson.

*‘Following the Leader: The Canberra Commission and the Renewed Case for Eliminating Nuclear Weapons’, Disarmament Diplomacy, Issue No. 33 (December 1998), pp. 17-20.

*‘Promoting an Agenda for Nuclear Weapons Elimination: The Canberra Commission and the Dilemmas of Disarmament’, Australian Journal of Politics and History vol. 44 no. 4 (December 1998), pp. 533-551, with Marianne Hanson.

‘Australia and the World’, Australian Journal of International Affairs vol. 51 no. 2 (1997), pp. 255-261.

ASPI PUBLICATIONS

‘The Case for an Australian National Security Strategy’, ASPI Policy Analysis, July 2011.

‘Jihadists in Jail: Radicalisation and the Indonesian Prison Experience’, ASPI Special Report, May 2011.

‘Making Mischief: the return of the South China Sea Dispute’, ASPI Special Report, December 2010 (with I. Storey and S. Bateman).

‘Australia and South Korea: middle power cooperation and Asian security’, ASPI Strategic Insights No. 50, October 2010.

‘Australia’s national security institutions: reform and renewal’, ASPI Special Report 34, September 2010.

‘Measuring up: evaluating cohesion in the national security community’, ASPI Policy Analysis, June 2010.

‘Countering Internet Radicalisation in Southeast Asia’, Special Report Issue 22 (with RSIS) March 2009.

‘The devil in the detail: Australia’s first national security statement’, ASPI Policy Analysis, December 2008 (with A. Bergin).

‘Risky Business: Measuring the costs and benefits of counter-terrorism spending’, Special Report, November 2008.

‘A New Agenda for National Security’, Special Report Issue 15, April 2008.

‘Proliferation Central: Syria’s nuclear, biological and chemical weapons’, ASPI Policy Analysis, April 2008.

‘The War on Terror after Iraq’, Report of an Independent Task Force, ASPI Special Report Issue 11, (December 2007) with Rod Lyon, Adam Dolnik, Greg Fealy, Nick O’Brien, Leanne Piggott and Michael Wesley.

‘Beyond Belief: Islamism, Radicalisation and the Counter-terrorism response’, ASPI Strategic Insights No. 37, (September 2007) with Anthony Bergin and David Martin Jones.

‘The Road to a Nuclear North Korea’, ASPI Strategic Insights No. 32 (October 2006) with James Cotton and Stuart Harris.

BOOK CHAPTERS

*’Introduction: Australian Foreign Policy after 9/11’, in Carl Ungerer, ed., Australian Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror (Sydney: UNSW Press, 2008).

*‘Australia’s Place in the International System: Middle Power, Pivotal Power or Dependent Power’, in Carl Ungerer, ed., Australian Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror (Sydney: UNSW Press, 2008).

* ‘Change and Continuity in the Australian Intelligence Community’, in Carl Ungerer, ed., Australian Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror (Sydney: UNSW Press, 2008), with David Martin Jones.

* ‘Diplomatic Potholes and Pathways: Future Directions in Australian Foreign Policy’, in Carl Ungerer, ed., Australian Foreign Policy in an Age of Terror (Sydney: UNSW Press, 2008).

*’Australia’, in Stuart Farson, Peter Gill, Mark Phythian and Shlomo Shpiro eds., PSI Handbook of Global Security and Intelligence: National Approaches Vol. 1 (Praeger Security International, Westport, 2008) with David M. Jones.

*’Introduction’ and ‘Conclusion’ in Carl Ungerer and Marianne Hanson, eds., The Politics of Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2001), with Marianne Hanson.

*’The 2000 NPT Review Conference: A Normative Advance”, in Carl Ungerer and Marianne Hanson, eds., The Politics of Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2001), with Marianne Hanson.

*“The Force of Ideas: Middle Power Diplomacy and the New Agenda for Nuclear Disarmament”, in Carl Ungerer and Marianne Hanson, eds., The Politics of Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2001).

*“Approaching human security as ‘middle powers’: Australian and Canadian arms control diplomacy after the Cold War”, in William T. Tow, Ramesh Thakur and In-Taek Hyun, eds. Asia’s Emerging Regional Order: Reconciling Traditional and Human Security (Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 2000).

BOOK REVIEWS

A review of Arnold M. Howitt and Robyn L. Pangi, eds., Countering Terrorism: Dimensions of Preparedness, (Cambridge Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2003), Australian Journal of International Affairs, vol. 61 no. 2 (June 2007), pp. 284-86.

‘Winding back the clock of doom’, Australian Literary Review, 1 October 2008.

‘When Big Brother is just a state of mind’, Australian Literary Review, vol. 2 no. 1 February 2007 (with David Martin Jones).

‘Portrait of an enduring alliance’, a review of Greg Sheridan’s The Partnership (Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2006), Australian Literary Review vol. 1 issue. 2 (October 2006), pp. 17-18.

‘The War of Ideas: A Review of Paul Berman’s Terror and Liberalism and Paul Gray’s Nightmare of the Prophet’, The Review, vol. 30 no. 3 (March 2005), p. 25.

A Review of Mark McGillivray and Gary Smith, eds., Australia and Asia (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1997), Australian Journal of International Affairs, vol. 52 no. 1 (April 1998), pp. 98-100.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

‘Cybersecurity: Challenges for East Asia’, presentation to the 4th East Asia Security Outlook Conference, Brunei Darusalem, 2 February 2012.

‘Jihadis in Jail: radicalisation and de-radicalisation programs in Southeast Asia’, presentation to the Center for Peace and Security Studies, Georgetown University, Washington DC, October 2011.

‘Indonesia and the future of Jemaah Islamiyah’, presentation to the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC, October 2011.

‘Radicalisation inside Indonesia’s prisons’, presentation to a closed FCO workshop, Wilton Park, London, July 2011.

‘The International Drivers of Australia’s National Security’, speech to the Security in Government Conference, Canberra, 18 September 2008.

‘Trends in International and Domestic Terrorism’, presentation to the Safeguarding Australia conference, Canberra, 3-4 October 2007.

‘CBRN Terrorism: Uncovering Past Methods and Activities’, presentation to the Scientific and Technical Intelligence Group Meeting, ASIO, Melbourne, 15 May 2007.

‘The 15 years Crisis: Studying International Relations after the Cold War’, presentation to the GAI Seminar Series, Griffith University, Brisbane, 29 March 2007.

‘Democracy and Security in Asia: An Australian Perspective’, paper presented to the Asia Pacific League for Freedom and Democracy, Taipei, Taiwan, 10-12 December 2006.

‘A Nuclear North Korea: Implications for Australia’s Arms Control Diplomacy’, paper presented to the Workshop on North Korea and Asian Security, Flinders University, 6 December 2006.

‘The Role of Intelligence in the War on Terrorism’, paper presented to the 2006 Fulbright Symposium, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 28-29 June 2006.

‘The East Asian Strategic Environment and Middle Power Responses since ‘September 11’”, conference paper presented to the Second Oceanic Conference on International Studies, University of Melbourne, 5-7 July 2006.

“Australia’s Policy Responses to Terrorism in Southeast Asia”, paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Centre for Security Studies Conference on ‘Countering the Support Environment for Terrorism in Southeast Asia’, 31 January-2 February 2006, Honolulu, Hawaii.

“Terrorist Threats to Australia”, paper presented at the National conference of the Australian Institute of Emergency Services, Gold Coast, 5 November 2005.

“WMD Terrorism: Reassessing the Threat”, paper presented to the first Oceanic International Studies Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, 14-16 July 2004.

“The Role of Intelligence in Homeland Security”, paper presented to the 2004 Fulbright Conference on Civil-Military Cooperation and the War on Terror, Brisbane, 5-7 July 2004.

“The Role of Middle Powers in East Asian Security: Australia-Korea Security Cooperation after the Economic Crisis’, (with Russell Trood) paper presented to the Conference on Australia and Korea into the New Millennium: Political, Economic and Business Relations, Griffith University, Brisbane, 5-6 August 1999.

*“The End of Middle Power Diplomacy? Bilateralism and Bipartisanship in Australian Foreign Policy”, refereed paper presented to the Australasian Political Science Association Conference, Christchurch New Zealand, 1998.

SELECTED OPINION PIECES

‘It’s crucial to heed Interpol’s advice on passport checks’, The Australian, 15 March, 2014.

‘Mutual deterrence strategy a reality in cyberspace cold war’, The Australian, 22 February, 2014.

‘Is the US-Australia “anchor of peace” immune from rust?’, The Guardian, 14 February, 2014.

‘Baptism by fire in foreign affairs’, The Australian, 2 February 2014.

‘No room for complacency on terrorism’, The Age, 8 September, 2011.