Publications

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Chinese-Australians in the Australian Public Service
Policy Briefs
Chinese-Australians in the Australian Public Service
Underutilised in the Australian Public Service, Chinese-Australians are central to our China literacy and future engagement with the rising global superpower.
Lowy Institute Conversations: Nathan Law on exile, China and the struggle for democracy in Hong Kong
Podcasts
Lowy Institute Conversations: Nathan Law on exile, China and the struggle for democracy in Hong Kong
In this episode of Lowy Institute Conversations, Director of the Southeast Asia Program Ben Bland sits down with Nathan Law to discuss exile, China’s repressive policies and the…
Commentary
China’s threat to the US makes us a power player
There’s a seminal shift underway in Australia’s relationship with the US based on mutual need and Morrison’s determination to act more forcefully. Originally published in The…
Commentary
What Europe needs to know about Xi Jinping
The Chinese president has no rivals or likely successors and fervently believes in China’s unstoppable rise. Originally published in Politico.
Lowy Institute Conversations: Natasha Kassam and Jane Perlez on Australia and China
Podcasts
Lowy Institute Conversations: Natasha Kassam and Jane Perlez on Australia and China
In this episode of Lowy Institute Conversations, Senior Fellow Richard McGregor sits down with Natasha Kassam and Jane Perlez to discuss new Lowy Institute research relating to…
Commentary
How China is remaking the world in its vision
This is an edited extract of an essay in the latest issue of Australian Foreign Affairs, The March of Autocracy, published today. Originally published in The Conversation…
Commentary
We can’t combat China’s ‘grey zone’ war while polarised
Originally published in The Australian.
Commentary
Australia's relationship with China can survive – but it won't be the same again
There can be no return to the relations of the past. The question for 2021 is how to find a new settling point. Originally published in The Guardian.
COVIDcast: 2020 Asia Power Index
Podcasts
COVIDcast: 2020 Asia Power Index
In this episode of COVIDcast, Sam Roggeveen, Director of the Lowy Institute’s International Security Program, sits down with the two leading researchers behind the Lowy Institute…