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Prof. William T. Tow

External Researcher

WILLIAM T. TOW is Professor of International Relations at The University of Queensland. In January 2004, he will be taking up a new appointment as Chair of International Relations, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. Professor Tow has published extensively on Asian security issues and alliance politics.

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SSI books and monographs by Prof. William T. Tow

  • The Other Special Relationship: The United States and Australia at the Start of the 21st Century

    February 27, 2007

    Edited by Dr. Jeffrey D. McCausland, Dr. Douglas Stuart, Prof. William T. Tow, Professor Michael Wesley.
    American and Australian experts discussed issues relating to foreign policy, economics and business, domestic politics and public opinion, and security and defense affairs. This volume reveals their findings.

  • The Future of the Australian-U.S. Security Relationship

    December 01, 2003

    Authored by Dr. Rod Lyon, Prof. William T. Tow.
    The authors assess the future of the Australian-U.S. security relationship within the context of the Canberra's transformation and strategic shift. They conclude that this relationship will remain important and will be strengthened in some ways, but they consider the building of large-scale American military bases in Australia unlikely. The challenge, they note, will be sustaining political support.

  • The Military-News Media Relationship: Thinking Forward

    December 01, 1993

    Authored by COL Charles W. Ricks, Dr. Rod Lyon, Prof. William T. Tow.
    Given the volatile, unstable, and ambiguous environment in which armed forces can find themselves, the actions of field forces have a greater chance than ever before of affecting subsequent strategic decisions made at higher levels. The pressure on field commanders to "get it right the first time" is demonstrably greater than ever.