Areas of expertise
Emma Connors was formerly the Managing Editor at The Interpreter. Emma is a career journalist who has worked in London and Sydney in senior reporting and editing positions for more than two decades. Emma was opinion editor at The Australian Financial Review through late 2012 and 2013 and then spent 18 months at Ogilvy PR before joining the Lowy Institute in October 2015 as managing editor of The Interpreter. Emma has a journalism degree and a graduate diploma in economics.
InteractivesBeyond Fortress Australia
The reality of living in a pandemic has dawned on Australia. Covid cases at the time of writing are high and still climbing. The virus is here to stay. Equally clear is that ring…
Trump's domestic standing and US foreign policy
If things break bad for Trump, you can expect at least two consequences for US policy toward the Asia-Pacific.
Weekend catch-up: AUSMIN, the UK election, Qatar, and more
A US meeting with an ally that didn't lead to fireworks, diplomatic ructions in the middle East, a Belt and Road sceptic and the new space race; it was another busy week on the…
Australia, Vietnam, the diaspora and generational change
'This is an incredibly interesting but also challenging time for Australia's Vietnamese diaspora.'
CommentaryEx-CIA chief says there is a White House battle for Trump's mind
Originally published in the Australian Financial Review. Emma Connors
Quick comment: Josh Kurlantzick on twilight wars
In this podcast, Josh Kurlantzick, Senior Fellow for Southeast Asia at the Council for Foreign Relations and author discusses twilight wars from Laos to the present day.