Emerging from COVID: Policy Responses to the Pandemic
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Emerging from COVID: Policy Responses to the Pandemic

Lowy Institute experts provide policy recommendations for Australia to address issues that are critical to our nation's — and the world's — successful emergence from the pandemic.

This policy brief, also published as a digital feature, follows the Institute’s World After COVID-19 feature, in which Lowy Institute experts looked at how the coronavirus pandemic would change the world.

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Areas of expertise: Regional economic integration; Australia's economic relations with East Asia; international financial flows and the global financial architecture; financial sector development in East Asia
Areas of expertise: Australian economic policy; monetary policy; international economics; banking
Areas of expertise: Australian foreign and defence policy, China’s military forces, US defence and foreign policy, drones and other military technology. Also, trends in global democracy.
Areas of expertise: Public opinion polling; Australian and international diplomacy, public diplomacy and consular affairs
Areas of expertise: China’s political system and the workings and structure of the communist party; China’s foreign relations, with an emphasis on ties with Japan, the two Koreas, and Southeast Asia; Australia’s relations with Asia.
Areas of expertise: Pacific economic development; Australia-Melanesia relations; Australian foreign aid and the Pacific
Areas of expertise: Strategy and geopolitics; global governance; Australian foreign policy; Southeast Asia; Data analysis
Areas of expertise: Politics and economics in Asia and the Pacific; Aid and international development policy.
Areas of expertise: Southeast Asian politics and foreign policy; South China Sea; regional economic trends; China-ASEAN relations; Indonesia; Malaysia; Vietnam; Hong Kong
Areas of expertise: International economic policy; Asia Pacific economies; macroeconomics; economic development; aid and development finance; globalisation; geo-economics.  
Areas of expertise: China’s domestic politics; public opinion polling; human rights; Australian foreign policy; Taiwan; Indo-Pacific strategy
Areas of expertise: Australian national security policy; International rules and norms; US foreign policy; the Middle East