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This page displays all Asia Society content on Australia in reverse chronological order. For more Asia Society work on Australia, please visit Asia Society Australia, launched in 1997 by then Prime Minister John Howard to broaden interest and understanding in Australia of Asian countries and their politics, business and culture. Asia Society Australia, based in Sydney, is now Australia’s leading national center for engagement with Indo-Pacific Asia.

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Australia's foreign minister is speaking at the Asia Society in New York on Friday. Whether or not most Australians identify themselves as "Asian," the country's future is directly tied to its neighbors to the north, writes Andrew Billo.
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The U.S. now needs to manage its Asian alliances carefully, so as not to provoke China in particularly volatile areas like the South China Sea, writes Andrew Billo.
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Australian Defence Minister addresses shared maritime security challenges, the rise of China and Australia's recent decision to allow uranium sales to India.
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In the Asia-Pacific region, large-scale migration continues to be an upwardly trending phenomenon and, sadly, migrant vulnerability and exploitation is glaringly apparent, writes Andrew Billo.
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Lachlan, a young farmhand carries lambs through a paddock in Oxley Station, Australia on September 26, 2011.
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The Mount Yasur volcano erupts on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu, on October 26, 2011.
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Full text of speech Gillard delivered Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at Asia Society in Melbourne, Australia.
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In Melbourne, the Australian Prime Minister outlines potential benefits and challenges of her country's proximity to Asia.
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In Melbourne, the Australian Prime Minister outlines potential benefits and challenges of her country's proximity to Asia.
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Thom Woodroofe discusses Asian U.N. Security Council bids.
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In Sydney, the World Bank President assesses the ongoing worldwide recession and China's role in the global economy.
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Professor Hugh White argues against a prevailing belief that Australia eventually has to choose between the two great powers.