Choosing Sides: Shaping Our Relationships in the Asian Century

Choosing Sides: Shaping Our Relationships in the Asian Century

Professor Hugh White

Public lecture with Professor Hugh White

Australians do not want to choose between the US and China, but whether we have to or not depends on the choices that they themselves make about their relationships over the coming decades.

Will China aim to push America out of Asia? Will America agree to share power with China or insist on maintaining primacy itself? Can they negotiate a new way of working or will they slide into increasingly intense rivalry?

How can Australia influence the outcome, and what outcome should we prefer?

This public lecture will launch the two-day Fulbright symposium "Australia-US Relations and the Rise of China: From Bilateralism to Trilateralism?", managed by Deakin University.

 


Date:

Wednesday, 10 August 2011
Time:
 
6:15 pm for 6:30 pm start - 8:00 pm
 
Location:
 
Carrillo Gantner Theatre, Sidney Myer Asia Centre,
The University of Melbourne (corner Swanston St and Monash Rd)
 
Cost:Free
RSVP:REGISTER ONLINE

Enquiries:
 

Bernadine Fernandez
T. +613 8344 3575
E. [email protected]


Supported by Fulbright, Deakin University, The University of Melbourne, Asialink and Asia Society AustralAsia Centre

Event Details

10 July 2011
6:15pm - 8:00pm

Carrillo Gantner Theatre, Sidney Myer Asia Centre, The University of Melbourne (corner Swanston St and Monash Rd)