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G20 Monitor: From Turkey to China - What lies ahead for the G20 in 2016?
Reports
G20 Monitor: From Turkey to China - What lies ahead for the G20 in 2016?
The 17th issue of the G20 Monitor examines the progress made by the 2015 Turkish G20 Presidency and explores potential priority areas for the 2016 Chinese Presidency. Photo: …
Commentary
The TPP agreement has failed to be finalised — let’s not shed any tears about that
The TPP agreement has failed to be finalised — let’s not shed any tears about thatLeon BerkelmansThe Australian4 August 2015Leon Berkelmans
Commentary
Asia must brace for Greek shockwaves
Asia must brace for Greek shockwavesStephen GrenvilleNikkei Report6 July 2015Click here for the online text.Stephen Grenville
Commentary
Yuan deserves a place in the IMF basket
Yuan deserves a place in the IMF basketStephen GrenvilleNikkei Report11 June 2015Click here for the online text.  Stephen Grenville
Commentary
Gold standard trade deal is now littered with many pitfalls
Gold standard trade deal is now littered with many pitfallsLeon BerkelmansSydney Morning Herald15 April 2015Leon Berkelmans
Commentary
Encourage investment by levelling the imputation playing field
Encourage investment by levelling the imputation playing fieldStephen Grenville The Australian Financial Review9 April 2015Click here for the online textStephen Grenville
Reports
G20 Monitor: Investment, inclusiveness, implementation, and health governance
The 16th issue of the G20 Monitor examines the three priority ‘i’s of the 2015 Turkish Presidency: inclusiveness, implementation, and investment. It explores the basis for the ‘i…
Commentary
Trapped in history
Trapped in historyJohn EdwardsThe Australian Financial Review21 March 2015Click here for the online text.John Edwards
Analyses
Australia and climate change negotiations: at the table, or on the menu?
In this Analysis, Howard Bamsey and Kath Rowley argue that any failure to pay proper, high-level attention to the current international climate change negotiations raises several…