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Lowy Institute launches 10th anniversary anthology, 'Reports from a Turbulent Decade'

Today, the Lowy Institute for International Policy launches Reports from a Turbulent Decade, the Institute's tenth anniversary anthology. Published by Penguin Australia, and edited by Lowy Institute Executive Director Dr Michael Fullilove and Lowy Institute Research Director Anthony Bubalo, the anthology features some of the best and most insightful papers, speeches and op-eds from the Lowy Institute’s first decade.

The anthology includes works by Lowy Institute researchers, Australian prime ministers and leading international scholars on the key issues shaping the world; from America’s ‘Seinfeld’ strategy in Iraq to building trust with China, and Australia’s place in the world.

‘Over the last decade, the Lowy Institute has dissected the key issues shaping global politics and has provided fresh policy ideas for Australian decision makers.  Reports from a Turbulent Decade captures some of these ideas and debates’.

‘I am delighted that in the Lowy Institute’s tenth anniversary year, this collection will share with a wide audience some of the Institute’s best and most influential works’, said Dr Michael Fullilove.

‘The decade of the Lowy Institute's existence has been a dynamic period in global affairs. Reports from a Turbulent Decade reflects the depth and breadth of the Institute’s work over the last ten years’, said Anthony Bubalo.

Professor the Hon. Gareth Evans AC QC, Chancellor of the Australian National University and Australia's former minister for Foreign Affairs, will launch the anthology at the Institute’s Bligh Street headquarters. Media are warmly invited to attend. Registration details below.  

Reports from a Turbulent Decade anthology launch

Date:               Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Time:              2:30pm – 4:00pm (Light refreshments will be served. Book available to purchase).

Place:             31 Bligh St., Sydney.

Register:        By 12 noon Wednesday 21 August to