Briefing MONTHLY #19 | July 2019
Asia Briefing LIVE Special Edition


Disruptive Asia | 2019 CHINA Special Edition
How can Australia engage with China?

2019 Gala Dinner

Asia Society Australia Centre Grand Opening

Australian elections

Australia and Asia in 2019
A note to the incoming government 


Asia Society to have a home in Melbourne

Plan Your Visit  
Special Event
03 Oct 2019
7 - 11 p.m.
TICKETS ON SALE | Join Asia Society Australia at our 2019 Gala Dinner to mark the Grand Opening of the Asia Society Australia Centre in Melbourne.
Throughout 2019, Disruptive Asia turns its focus to China.
Asia Briefing LIVE Special Edition | Plus: White Australia re-examined and the PM’s regional tour
By Dr Bates Gill, Professor of Asia-Pacific Security Studies, Macquarie University

There is no viable alternative to continued engagement. This is certainly true for Australia, but it is also true for China.
The continuing collection of Briefing MONTHLY and Asia Briefing LIVE animations by Rocco Fazzari.
Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews announced that Asia Society will soon have a home in Melbourne.
With 2019 shaping up to be the year of the trade deal, Asia Society Policy Institute's Annual Trade Commission convened in Australia to discuss the future of international and regional trade.
Recommendations to ensure beneficial and sustainable BRI outcomes.
100 business, policy and education leaders come together for a non-partisan forum taking the pulse of Asia and Australia's engagement with the region
Director of Ministerial Media under Bob Hawke, David Epstein writes about Bob Hawke’s approach to Asia when prime minister is oft overshadowed by the economic and social policy reforms of his government and the Keating years that followed.
Asia Society Australia’s new podcast channel, Asia Briefing UNWIRED, takes to the campaign trail with Festival of Democracy, following two of Australia’s most important Asian neighbours as they head to the polling booth.
New report challenges Australia to do more on cultural diversity in the leadership of our national institutions
The Victoria Distinguished Fellowship Program generates new ideas and increases economic, strategic and cultural connectivity between Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Craig Connelly, Misha Agzarian, Charles Rockefeller, Christine Davies, and Tara Kenny discuss how giving has evolved since the establishment of institutions like MoMa and Asia Society.
One day before President Trump announced the impositions of tariffs, Julie Bishop warned that protectionism could worsen U.S.-China relations.
GEN A - a new initiative to develop, support and connect Australia’s next generation of Asia-engaged leaders
In 2017 Asia Society Australia is celebrating its 20th birthday

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Panel Discussion
07 Aug 2019
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Discover the development of Chinese art from past to present in this 4 week course.
21 Aug 2019
12 - 1:45 p.m.
A unique insiders perspective on Beijing’s foreign policy agenda for Asia.
22 Aug 2019
12:15 - 2 p.m.
What does an open and free Indo-pacific mean for the Australia-US relationship and how do we balance this with our economic ties to China?
Panel Discussion
03 Sep 2019
6 - 8 p.m.
Australia and China in the Pacific: Collaborators or Competitors?
Panel Discussion
04 Sep 2019
5 - 7:45 p.m.
Asia Society Australia and AECOM's global conversation series Imagine 2060: Delivering tomorrow’s cities together comes back to Melbourne.
Special Event
03 Oct 2019
7 - 11 p.m.
TICKETS ON SALE | Join Asia Society Australia at our 2019 Gala Dinner to mark the Grand Opening of the Asia Society Australia Centre in Melbourne.

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