Wednesday 25 Apr 2018 | 08:13 | SYDNEY
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  • 25 Apr 2018 06:00

    Anzac Day and the matter of meaning

    In modern and multicultural Australia, sustaining a tangible connection to a national day of remembrance poses a challenge.

  • 24 Apr 2018 16:00

    Public holiday: Anzac Day

    Publishing will be light on Wednesday.

  • 24 Apr 2018 14:00

    Attack of the Twitter bots

    A surge in social media followers across Asia has raised questions about self-censorship.

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1/May Tuesday
Location: Sydney

Australia, China and the fallout from the foreign influence debate

The Turnbull government has announced it will introduce legislation to combat foreign intervention in Australian politics. The government’s critics, in turn, say it has mishandled the issue, alienating Australia’s biggest trading partner, and unfairly targeting Chinese-Australians.   &
Location: Sydney
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:00
2/May Wednesday
Location: Canberra

The North Korea threat – In conversation with Robert Kelly

There is no more urgent security issue for Australia than North Korea, a nuclear-armed power with a regime described by Professor Robert Kelly as a “mafia state”. Join us at Robert Kelly’s only appearance in Canberra to discuss North Korea’s enigmatic regime, its confrontation with the
Location: Canberra
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
17/May Thursday
Location: Sydney

Aus-PNG Network social evening

Join us on Thursday 17 May in Sydney for the Aus-PNG Network’s quarterly social event, designed to bring as many members of this diverse and talented group together as possible. This informal gathering is an excellent opportunity to make new connections with others interested in Papua New Guinea
Location: Sydney
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:30
22/May Tuesday
Location: Sydney

A new politics? Discussing sectarianism and civil society in Indonesia

Please join the Lowy Institute and special guests Rahimah ‘Ima’ Abdulrahim, Executiive Director of The Habibie Centre, Jakarta, and Sandra Hamid, Indonesia Country Representative for The Asia Foundation, for a discussion about Indonesia in an era of vigorous electoral competition and growing
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45
23/May Wednesday
Location: Melbourne

A new politics? Discussing sectarianism and civil society in Indonesia

Please join the Lowy Institute and special guests Rahimah ‘Ima’ Abdulrahim, Executiive Director of The Habibie Centre, Jakarta, and Sandra Hamid, Indonesia Country Representative for The Asia Foundation, for a discussion about Indonesia in an era of vigorous electoral competition and growing
Location: Melbourne
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
24/May Thursday
Location: Canberra

A new politics? Discussing sectarianism and civil society in Indonesia

Please join the Lowy Institute and special guests Rahimah ‘Ima’ Abdulrahim, Executiive Director of The Habibie Centre, Jakarta, and Sandra Hamid, Indonesia Country Representative for The Asia Foundation, for a discussion about Indonesia in an era of vigorous electoral competition and growing
Location: Canberra
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
29/May Tuesday
Location: Canberra

Remaking the Middle East: How a troubled region may save itself (Canberra)

Join us for the launch of the latest Lowy Institute Paper published by Penguin Random House Australia, Remaking the Middle East: How a troubled region may save itself, by Anthony Bubalo. The Middle East is experiencing a period of concentrated turmoil unlike anything since the end of the Second
Location: Canberra
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
30/May Wednesday
Location: Melbourne

Remaking the Middle East: How a Troubled Region May Save Itself (Melbourne)

Join us for the launch of the latest Lowy Institute Paper published by Penguin Random House Australia, Remaking the Middle East: How a troubled region may save itself, by Anthony Bubalo. The Middle East is experiencing a period of concentrated turmoil unlike anything since the end of the Second
Location: Melbourne
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
31/May Thursday
Location: Sydney

Remaking the Middle East: How a Troubled Region May Save Itself (Sydney)

Join us for the launch of the latest Lowy Institute Paper published by Penguin Random House Australia, Remaking the Middle East: How a troubled region may save itself, by Anthony Bubalo. The Middle East is experiencing a period of concentrated turmoil unlike anything since the end of the Second
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45

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