“I think the world can survive four years of Donald Trump; I would be much less confident that the world can survive eight years of Donald Trump,” he says in a Lowy Institute podcast.
Former @dfat Secretary Peter Varghese in @GuardianAus@danielhurstbnehttps://t.co/4CJsuZgiBe
"I was aware the whole world was watching, including the Russians. The way that we have been throwing so much dirt against each other…that’s giving them even more ammunition to use for later."
Dr Fiona Hill on the presidential impeachment inquiry.
"In his recent book, Xi Jinping: The Backlash, the Lowy Institute China specialist Richard McGregor portrays a leader who has made a heap of enemies with his purges and can’t get down from the tiger he has mounted."
@mcgregorrichard in @insidestorymaghttps://t.co/gIZ11SC4Uq
The new episode of The Director’s Chair is up.
I speak with @BrookingsFP’s Dr Fiona Hill about the British class system, the US foreign policy establishment, US-Russia relations, Donald Trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin - and kompromat.
"Jonathan Pryke, director of the Pacific Islands programme at the Lowy Institute, said while the pandemic presented an opening for countries to build their influence, it would be difficult to displace traditional partners."
@jonathan_pryke in @SCMPNewshttps://t.co/VOzCHbAH4L
Blown off course by the pandemic crisis, Indonesian President Joko Widodo must overhaul his approach to governing if he is to salvage his second and final term in office - my latest op-ed https://t.co/9zhpDXOT2B
"In Australia, Lowy Institute polling has shown that public trust in China is at its lowest point in the history of their monitoring."
The 2020 Lowy Institute Poll in @citowicki's @smh article https://t.co/CANzGYEHRZ
Register now – Dr Anwar Gargash, the UAE’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, joins Lowy Institute West Asia research fellow @RodgerShanahan for a discussion to explore the #UAE’s view of the region and of its relationship with Australia.