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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 Melbourne and Sydney, is now Australia’s leading national center for engagement with Asia.

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Are leaders or institutions driving change in the region? The "Neighbourhood Watch"panel discussed the geopolitics of "America First" and the "China Dream".

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Are the twin typhoons of the US and China the biggest issue for the region? Daniel Russel opened the geopolitical session by asking what is going on.
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Our annual executive forum taking the pulse of Asia and Australia's engagement with the region.
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Greg Earl and Ed Johnson map how attitudes have changed towards Australia's role in the region.
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The "Deals and Dollars" panel discussed where Australia sits between a potential team west and and team China.
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Dr Martin Parkinson opened the business and economics session with a sense of optimism about the economic prospects for Australia and the region.
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Asia Society Australia's annual executive forum taking the pulse of Asia and Australia's engagement with the region.
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Asia Briefing LIVE Special Edition | Plus: White Australia re-examined and the PM’s regional tour
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Parag Khanna and Manisha Girotra discuss the future of Asia as the future of the world.
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Parag Khanna and Manisha Girotra discuss Asia's role in the future of the world.
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Wendy Cutler talks trade with Representative Joaquin Castro on The Diplomatic Cable podcast.
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By Dermot O’Gorman, Chief Executive Officer, World Wide Fund for Nature Australia

The Pacific cannot afford to wait for Australia’s domestic politics to align in its favour. It needs consistent and concerted support from its neighbours.
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By Jane Golley, Director, Australian Centre on China in the World & James Laurenceson, Acting director, Australia-China Relations Institute

Nowhere is calibrating an effective Australian response more important than in the Pacific.
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By Say Boon Lim, Australian-based consultant, advisor and non-executive director to companies in Asia

Australia has to stand up for its broader interests, notwithstanding possible economic blowback.
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By Jason Yat-sen Li, Chairman, Vantage Asia Holdings; Senate Fellow, University of Sydney; Advisory Board Member, China Matters

When does a new migrant stop being Chinese and start being Australian?
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By Greg Austin, Professor of Cyber Security, Strategy and Diplomacy, Australian Defence Force Academy

In spite of its undoubted cyber offensive capability for espionage, China is weak in defence in this domain.​​​​​​​