Tuesday 25 Jul 2017 | 12:37 | SYDNEY
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  • 25 Jul 2017 12:13

    Empathising with China

    It is possible to both condemn China’s political system, but also accept it as an incipient great power with legitimate security concerns.

  • 25 Jul 2017 11:34

    Syria: A farewell to arms

    The CIA program was trying to apply just enough pressure while also accounting for all weapons, even though it didn’t control them: it was too big an ask.

  • 25 Jul 2017 08:46

    Thailand: The case for optimism

    A clean, elected, non-Thaksin Thailand government might be able to walk a narrow path by pursuing more progressive social and economic policy without offending the powerful elites.


Upcoming Events
27/Jul Thursday
Location: Sydney

2017 Lowy Lecture: UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, the Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP

The Lowy Institute is delighted to invite you to the 2017 Lowy Lecture, to be delivered by the United Kingdom's Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, the Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
Location: Sydney
Start: 18:30 - End: 22:00
3/Aug Thursday
Location: Sydney

Globalisation and the future of the Pacific: What role for the EU?

Pascal Lamy, former head of the World Trade Organization, will deliver an address on globalisation and the future of the European Union’s relationship with the Pacific.Mr Lamy will discuss how the Pacific may evolve in the new era of Trumponomics, the end of Trans-Pacific Partnership,
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45
15/Aug Tuesday
Location: Barton

Australia’s role in the fight against modern slavery

Nearly 46 million people are estimated to be held in some form of modern slavery today, trapped in fishing fleets and sweatshops, in mines and brothels, and in the fields and plantations of countries across the world. Modern slavery taints the global supply chains of businesses all over the globe,
Location: Barton
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:00
29/Aug Tuesday
Location: Melbourne

Pragmatic but wary globalists: Australians and the 2017 Lowy Institute Poll

After a remarkable year in world affairs, the 2017 Lowy Institute Poll has uncovered some fascinating findings on how Australians have reacted to the latest world events. Join Alex Oliver, author of the last five annual Lowy Institute Polls, together with a distinguished panel including award-
Location: Melbourne
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15

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