Commentary | 29 November 2011

Reluctant realists

In a post on Cogitasia, a leading blog hosted by the US think tank the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr Malcolm Cook (Dean of International Studies at Flinders University) and the Institute’s Director of Studies Andrew Shearer highlight how and why the progressive Asia policy agendas of governments in Canberra, Tokyo and Washington have given way to more hard-headed approaches. View here.Image: Hillary Clinton hosts the Australian and Japanese foreign ministers at the Trilateral Strategic Dialogue in 2009. Source: US Department of State flickr photostream, under a creative commons licence.Andrew Shearer , Malcolm Cook

  • Andrew Shearer
  • Malcolm Cook

In a post on Cogitasia, a leading blog hosted by the US think tank the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr Malcolm Cook (Dean of International Studies at Flinders University) and the Institute’s Director of Studies Andrew Shearer highlight how and why the progressive Asia policy agendas of governments in Canberra, Tokyo and Washington have given way to more hard-headed approaches. View here.Image: Hillary Clinton hosts the Australian and Japanese foreign ministers at the Trilateral Strategic Dialogue in 2009. Source: US Department of State flickr photostream, under a creative commons licence.Andrew Shearer , Malcolm Cook

  • Andrew Shearer
  • Malcolm Cook