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  • 28 Apr 2017 14:13

    Why Ivanka Trump was the least newsworthy aspect of the Women20 Summit

    The combined power of beauty, politics and celebrity is extraordinary, if utterly depressing to witness firsthand. Will that exposure translate to more support for the W20 agenda?

  • 28 Apr 2017 14:01

    100 days of Trump

    To mark 100 days of the Trump presidency, we've updated our timeline of all Lowy Institute research papers, opinion pieces, media interviews and Interpreter posts.

  • 28 Apr 2017 13:19

    What’s next for Nauru?

    The economic uncertainty that faces Nauru when offshore detention inevitably ceases again is another chapter in an unfolding experiment of statehood.

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Lowy Institute for International Policy
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South Korea lost without its mojo

Last week I visited the Republic of Korea (ROK), where I had the opportunity to meet with officials, think tankers and journalists. My impression is that South Koreans feel set upon. And why wouldn’t they? A year ago, the country seemed to be ticking along quite nicely, with a stable political

Seeking clarity in Australian foreign policy

In August, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced that the Turnbull Government would produce a new foreign policy white paper. The Minister described it as a 'philosophical framework to guide Australia's engagement, regardless of international events'. The world is changing so fast it is sometimes

Why ANZUS trumps Trump

The election of Donald Trump as president represents a serious challenge to Australia’s alliance with the United States. After all, many of Mr Trump’s long-held foreign policy views run counter to Australia’s interests. Mr Trump has isolationist sympathies; Australia depends on an engaged,

The G20 Studies Centre draws to a close

Today marks the drawing down of the G20 Studies Centre at the Lowy Institute. The Centre was established to provide high quality public analysis of international economic governance. The government supported this work over the most intense period of the G20 for Australia, in the lead-up and the

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