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3/Apr Monday
Location: Barton

LOWY INSTITUTE PAPER LAUNCH A WARY EMBRACE

With Western countries consumed by domestic problems, will it be China and Russia that now define the rules of global politics?Join us for the launch of A Wary Embrace, a new Lowy Institute Paper published by Penguin Random House Australia with Bobo Lo. In a disorderly world, each has
Location: Barton
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:00
4/Apr Tuesday
Location: Sydney

THE FORGOTTEN DIMENSION: CLIMATE CHANGE AND NATIONAL SECURITY

Climate change accelerates instability in unexpected ways. Growing water scarcity, declining crop yields, and rising prices are catalysts for displacement and conflict, as witnessed in recent years in Syria and in the European migration crisis. The national security dimension of climate change
Location: Sydney
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:30
5/Apr Wednesday
Location: Sydney

A WARY EMBRACE: WHAT THE CHINA RUSSIA RELATIONSHIP MEANS FOR THE WORLD

With Western countries consumed by domestic problems, will it be China and Russia that now define the rules of global politics?Join us for the launch of A Wary Embrace, a new Lowy Institute Paper published by Penguin Random House Australia with Bobo Lo. In a disorderly world, each has
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45
5/Apr Wednesday
Location: Sydney

CITIZENS’ WEALTH: WHY CITIZENS SHOULD WIN THE BATTLE FOR CONTROL OVER SOVEREIGN WEALTH

How can it be that governments are wealthier than ever, yet fewer citizens enjoy the benefits that such wealth can bring? Never before have so many governments owned so much wealth in the form of financial assets amassed in state-controlled investment funds. Despite this, deficits persist,
Location: Sydney
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:00
10/Apr Monday
Location: Melbourne

ENGAGING YOUNG AUSTRALIANS AND PAPUA NEW GUINEANS IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS

Australia and Papua New Guinea have a strong and unique relationship, with ties spanning historical, economic, political and cultural spheres. The depth of our shared history goes far beyond the Kokoda Track and wartime experiences that most Australians associate with PNG. Many Australians don’t
Location: Melbourne
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
11/Apr Tuesday
Location: Melbourne

A WARY EMBRACE: WHAT THE CHINA–RUSSIA RELATIONSHIP MEANS FOR THE WORLD BY BOBO LO

With Western countries consumed by domestic problems, will it be China and Russia that now define the rules of global politics?Join us for an in-conversation with Sally Warhaft, presenter of The Wheeler Centre’s Fifth Estate series with Bobo Lo on the new Lowy Institute Paper published by Penguin
Location: Melbourne
Start: 18:15 - End: 19:15
26/Apr Wednesday
Location: Sydney

PAUL KEATING AND ALLAN GYNGELL - THE HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND ITS IMPACT ON OUR PLACE IN THE WORLD NOW

Allan Gyngell's new book Fear of Abandonment: Australia in the World since 1942 is a gripping and authoritative account of the way Australians and their governments have helped create the world we now inhabit. Join Allan Gyngell, former Executive Director of the Lowy Institute and
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45

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