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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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Former Australian Prime Minister responds to James Wolfensohn's address at the Asia Society AustralAsia Centre's Annual Dinner.
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Former Australian Prime Minister responds to James Wolfensohn's address at the Asia Society AustralAsia Centre's Annual Dinner.
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Vivien Stewart shares lessons from the world's best school systems.
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Music, dance, acrobatics, art exhibitions, storytelling, and tours of the building will be among the offerings during the celebration.
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After his failed political comeback in Canberra, Kevin Rudd might be better served as President of the World Bank, writes Andrew Billo.
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Even veteran MPs, who regularly slug it out in Australia’s parliament, are taken aback by Kevin Rudd’s dramatic comeback campaign, writes Geoff Spencer.
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Several Asian nations held up the rear of a Gallup poll released yesterday measuring Americans' favorability toward foreign countries.
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Australia Day ended up in a showdown between the prime minister and aboriginal protestors. In India, Republic Day was celebrated with a show of its military might and cultural diversity.
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We collected our favorite images from across the globe. Happy New Year!
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Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd says "until we have evidence that it's going to slide in the other direction" foreign nations need to open up to Burma.
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In a wide-ranging speech peppered with Mandarin phrases, Australia's FM touched on history and culture as much as politics to propose a new way for Asia to accommodate Sino-U.S. rivalries.
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Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs argues Western nations should encourage the recent signs of openness from Burma's military.