Iona Main

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Iona Main is an Australian student undertaking a Master of Public Affairs at Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs, where she is co-chair of the student government. She previously worked as a foreign policy adviser at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, where her focus was on Australia’s relationship with Southeast Asia. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Arts degree with distinction from the University of Sydney, during which she spent a year studying in Indonesia through the ACICIS program. She speaks Indonesian and French.

A smarter use of voting technology to stop election-related violence
A smarter use of voting technology to stop election-related violence
Maybe in the search for efficiency we sometimes overcomplicate things, and the better solution is to get back to basics.
The new Biden administration: a Lowy Institute collection
Research Notes
The new Biden administration: a Lowy Institute collection
The new Biden administration: a Lowy Institute collection
Kamala Harris: Where does Australia feature in her worldview?
Kamala Harris: Where does Australia feature in her worldview?
What we know about Joe Biden’s running mate is she presents as a centrist internationalist. And she could be president.
Putting study abroad on ice carries a diplomatic cost
Putting study abroad on ice carries a diplomatic cost
The benefits of international education come from cultural capital and influence – Covid-19 is putting these at risk.
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