Southeast Asians inhabit a region increasingly shaped by competition between the United States and China. This joint Lowy Institute–Council on Foreign Relations Report seeks to highlight the perspectives of leading scholars of international affairs from Southeast Asia on important issues facing
On 18 July the Lowy Institute hosted a conversation with Dr Michael Fullilove and Dennis Richardson AO, who until his recent retirement was one of Australia’s most experienced and respected public servants
On 6 July the Lowy Institute hosted Senator the Hon Penny Wong, Leader of the Opposition in the Senate and Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, who spoke on Australia's national interests in a time of disruption (Photo: SydneyHeads/Peter Morris
The Lowy Institute is delighted to announce that the address delivered at the annual Lowy Institute Media Award dinner will be named the Mark Colvin Lecture in honour of the late foreign affairs journalist, Mark Colvin
The 2017 Lowy Institute Poll looks at Australians' reactions to a turbulent year in world politics.
The Poll, the thirtennth annual Poll by the Lowy Institute, examines attitudes to important issues such as the importance of the US alliance in the Trump era, renewable energy,
After a turbulent year in global politics, the 2017 Lowy Institute Poll contains thought-provoking findings about how Australians have reacted to world events, and how they feel about the direction of our own nation
With the findings of the Finkel review on electricity markets and energy security to be released on 9 June 2017, the latest Lowy Institute Poll has found that Australians have a clear preference for renewables over traditional sources of energy such as coal and gas.
As the Trump administration in the United States announces its decision about the US participation in the Paris Agreement on climate change, findings from the 2017 Lowy Institute Poll show that the majority of Australians see global warming as a serious problem and a critical threat to