Madeleine joined the National Security College in March 2019 as an Outreach and Policy Officer. She is also a tutor in security for the ANU Strategic and Defence Studies Centre and criminology and political science for the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences.
Previously, Madeleine was a Commonwealth Parliamentary Intern in the Australian Senate conducting research surrounding freedom of the press, threat perception and civil liberties regarding the then proposed National Security Legislation Amendment (Espionage and Foreign Interference) Bill 2017. She also worked as a research officer for the ANU Cybercrime Observatory assessing the threat of foreign interference and social manoeuvring in the lead up to the 2019 Federal election, and for the National Security College in 2018.
Madeleine has a Master of National Security Policy from the College, and a Bachelor of Arts in Government and International Relations, English, and Art History from the University of Sydney. Current research interests include civil participation in national security, cyberspace as a weapon of statecraft, and foreign influence through social manoeuvring and soft power tactics.
Madeleine is the Young Australians in International Affairs’ 2019 Cyber Security Fellow.
Nugent, Madeleine. “Australia needs a national security strategy for the 21st century.” Young Australians in International Affairs. https://www.youngausint.org.au/post/australia-needs-a-national-security-...
Nugent, Madeleine. “Pestilence in the blogosphere: antivaxxers and influence operations.” Young Australians in International Affairs. https://www.youngausint.org.au/single-post/2019/09/03/Pestilence-in-the-...
Nugent, Madeleine. “Mobilising the citizenry for modern security.” Young Australians in International Affairs. https://www.youngausint.org.au/single-post/2019/08/07/Mobilising-the-cit...
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