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In conversation: Michael Fullilove and James Curran on Australia’s uneasy alliance

  

Donald Trump has now been president of the United States for seven months. He is a very different president from his predecessors.

What does this mean for Australia? How should we manage the US alliance in the age of Trump?

The Executive Director of the Lowy Institute Michael Fullilove is the author of a new essay on the Trump administration and Australia in Foreign Affairs magazine. On 23 August, Dr Fullilove and Nonresident Fellow Professor James Curran, author of Fighting with America, discussed the first months of the Trump administration and Australia’s response.

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