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Commentary
Joe Biden's victory for normal
History is against a win for the former vice president in November. But you can't blame allies for hoping that yet another shock awaits. Originally published in the Australian…
How China is changing the global balance of economic power
Interactives
How China is changing the global balance of economic power
China has displaced the United States from its traditional dominance as a major trading partner for most countries of the world.
Ironclad - Forging a new future for America's alliances: book chapter
Books
Ironclad - Forging a new future for America's alliances: book chapter
In a new book edited by Dr. Michael J. Green of Center for Strategic & International Studies in Washington D.C., the final chapter by Alex Oliver looks at…
Commentary
Donald Trump's bizarre logic damages US allies' trust in intelligence sharing
The US president appears to believe Australian spies are part of a deep-state conspiracy. Australia should be wary of the risks of getting drawn into his defence. Originally…
The Prime Ministers in America
Interactives
The Prime Ministers in America
On the eve of Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s state visit to Washington, the Lowy Institute presents a series of snapshots examining some of the more memorable meetings between…
Rethinking fiscal policy: Progressive US politics meets radical economics
Research Notes
Rethinking fiscal policy: Progressive US politics meets radical economics
Recognition of the need for greater government intervention in the economy is increasingly shaping the US political debate, with this shift paralleled among prominent economists.
Averting a global calamity? Trump and Xi at the G20
Research Notes
Averting a global calamity? Trump and Xi at the G20
The outlines of a trade deal between the United States and China are there. But without a return to the negotiating table, the dispute could rapidly escalate,…
Economic conflict between America and China: A truce declared, the talks begin
Reports
Economic conflict between America and China: A truce declared, the talks begin
The real issue in the US–China trade negotiation is the dramatic change in China’s economy evident over the past decade.