Commentary | 24 June 2013

We see China and U.S. as central to our future

In an opinion piece in The Australian newspaper, Michael Fullilove and Alex Oliver describe Australians’ complex attitudes towards important foreign policy issues, and in particular, Australia’s relations with its two most important partners: China as its most important economic partner, and the United States as its longstanding ally. These attitudes were uncovered in the new Lowy Institute Poll 2013, together with findings on a large range of international issues of importance to Australians.

In an opinion piece in The Australian newspaper, Michael Fullilove and Alex Oliver describe Australians’ complex attitudes towards important foreign policy issues, and in particular, Australia’s relations with its two most important partners: China as its most important economic partner, and the United States as its longstanding ally. These attitudes were uncovered in the new Lowy Institute Poll 2013, together with findings on a large range of international issues of importance to Australians.