Asia Briefing

A new monthly update on Asia and Australia-Asia relations

Asia Briefing

Asia Briefing is a new monthly newsletter for Asia Society Australia members and supporters with news and original analysis on Asia and Australia-Asia relations. As Australia debates its future in Asia following the launch of the Foreign Policy White Paper, it is an opportune time to offer our members at the forefront of Australia’s engagement with Asia a professionally edited, succinct and authoritative curation of the most relevant content on Asia and Australia-Asia relations. Focused on business and geopolitics, Asia Briefing will be distinctly Australian and internationalist. It will highlight trends, deals, visits, stories and events in our region that matter.

Greg Earl,
Editor, Asia Briefing  

Philipp Ivanov 
CEO, Asia Society Australia

Asia Briefing can only succeed if it provides the information you need, so please share your feedback with us at programaustralia@asiasociety.org

Issues

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India and Indonesia business | Summit watching | Reporting Asia
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All the news from the first Asia Briefing LIVE at Bloomberg Sydney.  Plus: Japan’s yen for Australia and China’s population fiasco.
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Start-ups, cantons, elections, and disaster relief. Plus the regular monthly wrap-up.
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Morrison’s Asia | Mahathirism is back | India’s new champion | 140 years of Asian art
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India's lead on trade | Changing tack with China | Australian airtime in the Pacific | Thailand's human break
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Summit watch | Malaysia decides | China business moves | Counting Asia’s biggest vote
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Summit countdown | China’s new mandarins | Asian business success
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ASEAN Special Summit Wrap
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17 March 2018 | Getting down to business | Joining ASEAN? | Vietnam | Peter Coleman, CEO of Woodside on energy

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Asia Briefing LIVE Recap

Disruptive Asia

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    By Greg Earl, Editor, Asia Briefing and Disruptive Asia, Asia Society Australia

    Australia can’t turn away from the challenges and shouldn’t miss the opportunities that such a diverse region as South-East Asia will keep presenting.
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    By Huong Le Thu, Senior analyst, Defence and Strategy Program, Australian Strategic Policy Institute

    South-East Asian leaders must relearn how to agree on their joint regional interests if they are going to be able to manage the rise of China.
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    By Natalie Sambhi, Research Fellow, Perth USAsia Centre

    Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines are natural partners in promoting security and preserving stability in the maritime domains of their shared region.
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    By Louise McGrath, National Manager of Business and International Advisory Services, Australian Industry Group

    Red tape, behind-the-border barriers and data flow and protection are the real issues that make a difference to the trade prospects of manufacturers.