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  • 25 Jan 2022 13:00

    AUKMIN shows the UK is a world away from Australia

    London’s global focus on malign authoritarian actors makes clear thinking and prioritisation impossible.

  • 25 Jan 2022 10:00

    Solomon Islands: cops bearing gifts

    Australia and China offer the archipelago nation a grab bag of policing options that often miss the mark.

  • 25 Jan 2022 06:00

    China’s new reality

    Forget geopolitics and military muscle flexing. Reality TV is where Beijing and Taipei can put aside their differences.

Panel discussion: America, Asia and Australia in the age of Trump

There is no question that Donald Trump's particular brand of populism has upended American politics, but we are only now beginning to understand what it might mean for Australia and our region. On 31 January the Lowy Institute convened a panel to discuss the implications this most improbable event for Australia, Asia, and US politics. Panellists: Michael Fullilove, Executive Director of the Lowy Institute, Alex Oliver, Director of the Polling Program, Aaron Connelly, East Asia Research Fellow and James Curran, Professor in the Department of History at the University of Sydney.

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