Ron Huisken, BEc (Hons) (UWA), MSSc (Stockholm), PhD (ANU)
Senior Fellow, Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, School of International, Political & Strategic Studies
East Asian security, alliance politics, arms control, nuclear weapons, missile defence.
- Iraq: Why a Strategic Blunder Looked So Attractive, Working Paper No. 399, SDSC, March 2006.
- North Korea: Power Play or Buying Butter with Guns?, Working Paper No. 393, SDSC, October 2004.
- We Don't Want the Smoking Gun to be a Mushroom Cloud: Intelligence on Iraq's WMD, Working Paper No. 390, SDSC, June 2004.
- America and China: A Long Term Challenge for Statesmanship and Diplomacy, Working Paper No. 386, SDSC, March 2004.
- ABM vs BMD: The Issue of Ballistic Missile Defence, Working Paper No. 357, SDSC, 2001.
- 'Civilising the Anarchical Society: Multilateral Security Processes in the Asia Pacific', Contemporary Southeast Asia, August 2002.
- The Origins of the Strategic Cruise Missile, Praeger, 1981.
- (with Frank Barnaby) Arms Uncontrolled, Harvard University Press, 1976.
- Arms Limitation in South East Asia: A Proposal, Canberra Paper No. 16, SDSC, 1977.
Research Fellow, SIPRI (1972-76); Political Affairs Officer, UN Department of Disarmament Affairs (1979-81); Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (1985-95); Deputy Chief of Mission, Australian Embassy, Bonn (1990-94); Director-General, Alliance Policy, Department of Defence (1995-2001).