The Lowy Institute provides one of the best stages from which to speak to Australia and the world. Over the past decade we have hosted Australian prime ministers, global media proprietors, leading intellectuals and writers, and the most influential world leaders of our generation. Below is a collection of some of the Lowy Institute's most memorable events.
Ita Buttrose spoke about international broadcasting and the ABC's role in the Indo-Pacific.
Mr Rutte spoke about the future of the global rules-based order, and took questions from the audience.
Prime Minister Morrison's address was titled 'In Our Interest', and was followed by a Q&A session with Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove
Penny Wong lays out the Labor Party’s foreign policy agenda in the lead-up to the 2019 federal election.
Mr Stoltenberg spoke to the Lowy Institute about great-power competition, terrorism and cyber security. The speech was followed by a Q&A session with Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove.
Mr Burgess addressed cyber security. His speech was followed by an audience Q&A session moderated by Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove.
To mark International Women’s Day in 2019, the Lowy Institute in partnership with Telstra hosted a panel discussion on the impact of authoritarian regimes on women.
Susan Glasser, Washington columnist for The New Yorker, spoke about reporting on Trump's Washington. The speech was followed by audience Q&A which also featured New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker.
Barber examined the implications of Asia's rise and offered some prescriptions for accommodating rising Asian powers.
The first ever public address by a Director-General of ASIS. A rare insight into this secretive service (ASIS) in the organisation’s 60-year history.
This lecture marked the launch of the Gillard Government’s Australia in the Asian Century White Paper.
Mr Murdoch spoke on Australian competitiveness in the 21st century. The speech was followed by a Q&A session with Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove.
Mr Turnbull spoke on the importance of foreign correspondents and coverage of world events.
Chancellor Merkel's speech broke news for her blunt language on Russia. The Q&A session with Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove begins at 32:29.
Petraeus spoke on 'A new grand strategy for (Greater) Asia'. The speech was followed by a Q&A session with Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove.
Vice President Biden addressed the Lowy Institute and the United States Studies Centre on the Australia-US relationship.
Mr Keating spoke with former Lowy Institute Executive Director Allan Gyngell about Australia’s place in Asia.
Sullivan spoke on US foreign policy in the Asia Pacific in the age of Donald Trump.
Mr Johnson spoke about Brexit and the UK's relationship with Australia. The speech was followed by a Q&A session with Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Fullilove.
Bret Stephens on 'The Dying Art of Disagreement.'
Sir Frank Lowy spoke about Australian immigration and nation-building.
An address by the Prime Minister of New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern.