Speeches | 15 April 2005

China and Australia

In this Viewpoint for TIME Magazine, Allan Gyngell, the Executive Director of the Institute, explores the implications for Australia of China's growing power. He concludes that our success in dealing with China will depend critically on US strategy towards its emerging Asian competitor and China's own behaviour. Australian leaders will need to draw on "all their reserves of strategic foresight, diplomatic skill and political cunning".Allan Gyngell

  • Allan Gyngell

In this Viewpoint for TIME Magazine, Allan Gyngell, the Executive Director of the Institute, explores the implications for Australia of China's growing power. He concludes that our success in dealing with China will depend critically on US strategy towards its emerging Asian competitor and China's own behaviour. Australian leaders will need to draw on "all their reserves of strategic foresight, diplomatic skill and political cunning".Allan Gyngell

  • Allan Gyngell