Asia Society Policy Institute in Australia
Asia Society Policy Institute
For more than 60 years, the Asia Society has sought to explain the diversity of Asia to the United States and the complexity of the United States to Asia, and to be a bridge in problem-solving within the region and between Asia and the wider world. With a solution-oriented mandate, the Asia Society Policy Institute builds on this mission by tackling major policy challenges confronting the Asia-Pacific in security, prosperity, sustainability, and the development of common norms and values for the region.
Headquartered in New York and led by former Australian Prime Minister the Hon. Kevin Rudd AC, the Asia Society Policy Institute is a think- and do-tank designed to bring forth policy ideas that incorporate the best thinking from leading analysts across the United States and Asia, and to work with policymakers to integrate these ideas and, where possible, give them effect.
The Institute’s Australian presence is working to contribute to an informed public discussion on Australia’s place in Asia and illuminate policy options for decision-makers through policy dialogue, engagement with Australian federal and state governments, published analysis, media, and events. The Institute’s Australian presence also serves to bring Australian perspectives on Asia to the United States and the wider region, as well as to bring American and Asian policy thinking to Australia.
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CHINA IN THE WORLD PODCAST
In March 2021, Richard Maude appeared on the first episode of Asia Society Switzerland's 'China in the World' podcast, 'Indonesia and Malaysia’s Surge of Investment and Autonomy' with Ben Bland, Director of the Southeast Asia Program at the Lowy Institute.
AUSTRALIA IN THE WORLD PODCAST
In August 2020, Richard Maude became the first guest to appear twice on the Australia in the World podcast, with Allan Gyngell and Darren Lim.
In the first part, they discuss the future of international and Australian foreign policy through the lens of the US and China's influence. In part two, they discuss China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, Five Eyes, Australian foreign policy direction, and more.
In February 2020, Senior Fellow Richard Maude appeared on the Australia in the World podcast, hosted by Allan Gyngell and Darren Lim. They discussed the Indo-Pacific, models of world politics, Australian foreign policy and more.
Stream below or visit Australia in the World podcast online.
Asia Society acknowledges the Victorian Government as a foundation partner of the Asia Society Policy Institute in Australia