Thursday 21 Jun 2018 | 15:49 | SYDNEY
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  • 21 Jun 2018 15:00

    US-China trade: joke’s over

    The US is in trade rows with all of its major trading partners at once.

  • 21 Jun 2018 13:00

    Australia and Germany should work together on China

    Both regions would benefit from exchanges to strengthen democratic resilience in the face of Chinese influence.

  • 21 Jun 2018 10:30

    Moscow’s other navy

    With equipment that appears almost James Bond–esque, Russia’s deep-sea fleet is potential hidden menace.

Events

Upcoming Events
26/Jun Tuesday
Location: Sydney

Book Launch: Pol Pot Solved the Leprosy Problem, by Milton Osborne

Over the course of nearly 60 years’ engagement with Southeast Asia, Milton Osborne has become one of Australia’s leading authorities on the region. His Southeast Asia: An Introductory History, first published in 1979, is now in its 12th edition and has been translated into five Asian languages.
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45
28/Jun Thursday
Location: Sydney

America’s role in the world: in conversation with Jessica Tuchman Mathews

Join the Lowy Institute's Executive Director, Dr Michael Fullilove, for an in-conversation with Jessica Tuchman Mathews, former president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, about the international role of the United States in the era of President Trump.Ms Mathews was president
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45
3/Jul Tuesday
Location: Canberra

Lowy Institute Asia Power Index (Canberra)

Global wealth and power are shifting eastwards. Three of the world’s four largest economies are in Asia, and the fourth, the United States, is a Pacific power. By 2025, two thirds of the world’s population will live in Asia, and only around a tenth in the West. This transformation is reshaping
Location: Canberra
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
4/Jul Wednesday
Location: Melbourne

Lowy Institute Asia Power Index (Melbourne)

Global wealth and power are shifting eastwards. Three of the world’s four largest economies are in Asia, and the fourth, the United States, is a Pacific power. By 2025, two thirds of the world’s population will live in Asia, and only around a tenth in the West. This transformation is reshaping
Location: Melbourne
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
5/Jul Thursday
Location: Sydney

Lowy Institute Asia Power Index (Sydney)

Global wealth and power are shifting eastwards. Three of the world’s four largest economies are in Asia, and the fourth, the United States, is a Pacific power. By 2025, two thirds of the world’s population will live in Asia, and only around a tenth in the West. This transformation is reshaping
Location: Sydney
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:00

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