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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 PM John Howard found himself dodging tough questions as well as flying footwear during a live TV broadcast yesterday.
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Australia faces both fortune, in the form of iron ores and a booming mining industry, and challenges, from illegal immigration from asylum seekers of Asia.
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King Juan Carlos I of Spain highlights coming opportunities for cooperation
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Australia, a nation where people from 140 countries live side-by-side, is contradicting its image as a melting pot.
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The incumbent Labor Party—under the nation's first-ever female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard—is forming a minority government.
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In a few hours the voters of Australia will decide their next government and leader. And, according to opinion polls, it could be a cliffhanger.
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The Visionary Luncheon Series, featuring CEOs and entrepreneurs from Asia, kicks off with this event on September 15, 2010.
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Dr. Kriangsak Kittichaisaree thanks Australia for "standing by us" during the recent unrest.
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Robert Zoellick on presenting the Australian-American Leadership Dialogue to Richard Woolcott.
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Students in many countries now out-rank American students academically. Top-performing nations sound off on reforms that worked.
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Commentator Rowan Callick analysis on the fallout from Kevin Rudd's ousting as Australian Prime Minister.
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Andrew O'Neil on Labor Party's decision to oust Kevin Rudd for Deputy Julia Gillard.