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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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Partnership will promote Victoria's engagement with Asia in the areas of policy, business, education, arts and culture.
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Victorian Government and Asia Society Australia join hands to drive deeper engagement with Asia across public policy, business, education and the arts
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Join us as we we explore the impact of women's participation in sport.
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Doug Ferguson is the new Chairman of Asia Society Australia
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Harinder Sidhu and Gaurav Gupta discuss Australia's view of Asia.
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H.E. Harinder Sidhu, the recently appointed Australian High Commissioner to India explores Australia’s view of Asia.
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Shang-Jin Wei weighs in on what to look for as the Chinese growth slows.
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Asia Society Policy Institute initiative will offer recommendations on Asia trade landscape to improve regional integration
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Anutin Charnvirakul, Leader of the Bhumjaithai Party on Thailand’s economic and political conditions
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Asia Society Australia Corporate Membership
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Josette Sheeran, President and CEO of Asia Society to visit Australia
Blog Post
A flock of banded stilts and red-necked avocets start to take flight in Lake Burrumbeet, Australia on January 20, 2016. (Ed Dunens/Flickr)
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What capabilities does the next generation of global citizens need to thrive in the 21st century?
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Winding Sea Cliff Bridge in New South Wales, Australia on January 3, 2016. (Rodney Campbell/Flickr)
Blog Post
The rising sun casts an orange glow over the fields and trees in Victoria, Australia on November 9, 2015. (Graham Hartle/Flickr)
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Australia's innovation future will be inspired by Israel and Asia, but it will have to find its own policy pathways