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Timor-Leste’s uncertain future
Analyses
Timor-Leste’s uncertain future
Timor-Leste has accomplished a great deal over the past two decades but faces challenges of an intensity that could undo much of what it has achieved.
Southeast Asia Aid Map - Key Findings Report
Analyses
Southeast Asia Aid Map - Key Findings Report
The Lowy Institute Southeast Asia Aid Map is an analytical tool designed to improve aid and development effectiveness in Southeast Asia. This report profiles the 11…
Chips, subsidies, security, and great power competition
Analyses
Chips, subsidies, security, and great power competition
Motives in the tech competition between the United States and China pose increasingly difficult policy issues for other economies.
2023 Asia Power Index - Key Findings Report
Analyses
2023 Asia Power Index - Key Findings Report
In-depth analysis and insight into the changing power distribution in Asia and its geopolitical consequences.
Mixed report card: China’s influence at the United Nations
Analyses
Mixed report card: China’s influence at the United Nations
China is of growing importance to the UN system, and Beijing is aiming to capitalise on this influence at the world body.
Sharper choices: How Australia can make better national security decisions
Analyses
Sharper choices: How Australia can make better national security decisions
In a complex and competitive national security environment, new ways of thinking on strategic decision-making are key.
Chinese coercion, Australian resilience
Analyses
Chinese coercion, Australian resilience
As bilateral relations stabilise, Australia should work to entrench its position as an indispensable supplier of key commodities to China.
Australia in the Middle East: Enduring risks, interests, and opportunities
Analyses
Australia in the Middle East: Enduring risks, interests, and opportunities
Despite ending its 20-year military operations in the Middle East, Australia’s equities in the region are now more substantial than ever.