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The Director’s Chair: Dr Kori Schake on Senator John McCain, the Quad and the future of the GOP.
Podcasts
The Director’s Chair: Dr Kori Schake on Senator John McCain, the Quad and the future of the GOP.
In this episode of The Director’s Chair, Michael Fullilove speaks with the well-known American strategist and author, Dr Kori Schake.
Lowy Institute Conversations: Sophie McNeill on Chinese students and academic freedom in Australia
Podcasts
Lowy Institute Conversations: Sophie McNeill on Chinese students and academic freedom in Australia
In this episode of Conversations, Jennifer Hsu talks with Sophie McNeill about academic freedom, Australian universities, Chinese international students and the Chinese government…
The Director’s Chair: Matt Pottinger on his career, working for President Trump, China and COVID
Podcasts
The Director’s Chair: Matt Pottinger on his career, working for President Trump, China and COVID
In this episode of The Director’s Chair, Michael Fullilove speaks with the former US Deputy National Security Adviser, Matthew Pottinger.
Commentary
Unrivalled Xi Jinping still has challenges
Originally published in the Australian Financial Review. China’s ruling party and its leader are now masters of everything they survey. But can the economy keep delivering when…
Jagged sphere
Analyses
Jagged sphere
China’s quest for infrastructure and influence in mainland Southeast Asia
Lowy Institute Conversations: Linda Jaivin on her new book, The Shortest History of China
Podcasts
Lowy Institute Conversations: Linda Jaivin on her new book, The Shortest History of China
In this episode of Lowy Institute Conversations, Richard McGregor, Lowy Institute Senior Fellow, sits down with Linda Jaivin to discuss her new book, The Shortest History of China…
Australia's South China Sea Challenges
Policy Briefs
Australia's South China Sea Challenges
Canberra needs to work with Southeast Asia to address looming South China Sea challenges from China and the US
Commentary
Stoking fears of war could serve China’s goals. Australian policy needs rethinking
Tensions in the region are escalating, but trumpeting the coming threat of war plays into Beijing’s goals and risks undermining Taiwan further. Originally published in The…
Commentary
Reading the Xi leaves: what’s next for the Chinese President
If Xi Jinping had followed the rules, he would be stepping down next year. The longer he stays in office without an anointed successor, the greater the risk of a power struggle…