On 2 February, Lowy Institute Executive Director Dr Michael Fullilove chaired a panel of Institute experts who examined the key issues likely to dominate the international agenda in Asia, the Middl
In an address to the Lowy Institute, the Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett AO CSC RAN, discussed the interconnected nature of naval power in the twenty first century, and how it provides grea
In the lead up to the 2015 Paris climate change negotiations, the Leader of the Opposition, the Hon Bill Shorten MP, gave a major policy address at the Lowy Institute for International Policy outli
John Connor, CEO of The Climate Institute, speaks with John Gooding about his reaction to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten's address to the Lowy Institute on Labor's climate policy.
After a flurry of activity, Australia has signed free trade agreements with many of its trade partners, and there could be more coming down the pipeline.
As the post-World War II international order undergoes an uncertain transformation, how will India position itself in Asia and beyond as an emerging and aspiring power?
Former Indian Foreign Secretary and 2015 Telstra Distinguished International Fellow Shyam Saran speaks with Sam Roggeveen about the challenges and opportunities facing India today.
On November 4 the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, Glenn Stevens, officially launched 'The G20 and the Future of International Economic Governance'.
Australia now finds itself on the centre stage. Staying there is the challenge.
Panellists: John Hewson, Former leader of the Liberal Party; Amanda Rishworth, South Australian Labor MP; John Stackhouse, Visiting Christian Scholar; Michael Ware, War correspondent and filmmaker;
Panellists: Bob Carr, Former Foreign Minister; Michael Fullilove, Executive Director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy; Alison Broinowski, Former Australian Diplomat; Emily Howie, Dire
The Lowy Institute, together with the Asia Pacific Professionals Association Ltd, hosted a panel discussion exploring gender parity issues in Papua New Guinea, where women face many significant cha
In his third Boyer lecture, Michael Fullilove argues the need for a larger politics and some big thinking on the economy in order to respond to global challenges, like immigration and climate polic
The rise of China puts Australia in a particular bind: do we tilt to a near neighbour, or stay close to the United States?
Lowy Institute Executive Director Dr Michael Fullilove's Boyer Lecture 'Present at the destruction' (delivered at Peking University in Beijing) was the first of four that will examine Australia’s p