18 September 2023 | 11.00 – 12.00
University of Technology Sydney

Defence Innovation Network is pleased to invite you to an informative talk presented by the United States Department of State on the significant changes set to occur in the Australia-United Kingdom-United States Security Partnership (AUKUS) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) policies.

In recent times, the AUKUS partnership has garnered substantial attention for its strategic implications in the Indo-Pacific region. This partnership, which brings together Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, aims to enhance regional security and cooperation.

Additionally, the ITAR regulations play a crucial role in the export control of defence and military technologies. Understanding the latest updates and adjustments to these regulations is vital for businesses, academics, and policy practitioners alike.

The event will provide a platform for attendees to gain a comprehensive understanding of these policy shifts, ask questions, and engage in meaningful discussions.



Registration closes at 12 PM, Friday, 15 September 2023.

This event will be held in person. Venue details will be sent after the registration cut-off date to attendees who meet the conditions of entry. Please use your full name and professional email to register for this event.



This event is catered to academics, Defence, and Defence-related industries only that have direct involvement with US export controls. DIN reserves the right to cancel tickets or refuse access without prior notice.


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