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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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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.
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By Cat Thao Nguyen, Board Chair, Australia Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue

Vietnam seeks allies to navigate the region and collaborate to fulfil its potential. Australia can be its partner.
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By Shamim Razavi, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

Just as the New Columbo Plan has emphasised learning from Asia, so our development of the rule of law can also stimulate our own learning - learning how to better read and engage with Asia.
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The Honorable Kevin Rudd, Former Prime Minister of Australia and President of the Asia Society Policy Institute, joined Asia Society Switzerland on November 14 to talk about China, the current trade war with the U.S. and how Europe best deals with the constantly growing influence of the Middle Kingdom. In this interview, Kevin Rudd talks with us about how he tries to tackle social inequalities, why nationalism is a threat and important media regulations.
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By Bede Moore, Chief Executive, TechSydney & Co-founder, Lazada Indonesia

The tech boom offers the possibility of a more comprehensive economic relationship with Asia.
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By Helen Brown, digital fellow, Australia Indonesia Centre

Indonesia is quickly becoming the most digitally connected nation in South East Asia. Will Australia’s tech entrepreneurs be a part of this remarkable transformation?
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By Aim Sinpeng, Lecturer in Comparative Politics, Department of Government and International Relations & Co-Founder of Sydney Cyber Security Network, University of Sydney

How Australia chooses to engage with the region on social media regulation will test the limits of its global commitment to promoting a free and secure cyberspace.
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By Sandra Seno-Alday, Lecturer of International Business, University of Sydney Business School

The economic transformation of South-East Asia is led by extraordinary but practically invisible women entrepreneurs. How can the region’s leaders unlock their potential and share their remarkable story?
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By Kelly Gerard, Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, University of Western Australia

Empowering women is a long-term agenda of the region’s social transformation. Are the current policy approaches working?
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Kevin Rudd, President of the Asia Society Policy Institute and former Prime Minister of Australia, talked about U.S.-China relations, China’s balancing act in managing slowing growth domestically and massive investments with the Belt and Road initiative globally, about the EU, Switzerland, and Australia on November 14, 2018, in Zurich.
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By Savitri Taylor, Associate Professor Law School, La Trobe University

What would a humanitarian asylum seeker policy look like?
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The business panel gives their scorecard for Australian business in the region.
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By Kathleen Turner, Head of Global Social Performance and Human Rights Assurance Program, Newcrest Mining

Can Australia remain competitive and influential in an increasingly networked world, if we do not speak the languages of our neighbours?
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A short and deep discussion on all the big issues raised at Asia Briefing LIVE.
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By Michelle Kohler, Senior Lecturer in Languages, Education, and Indonesian, Flinders University & Coordinating Writer of the Australian Curriculum: Indonesian

Australia must create a new narrative about its relationship with Indonesia based on understanding of our own identity, genuine reciprocal engagement and learning of the languages of our region.