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Commentary
Shangri La Dialogue: Hints of stormy weather ahead
In this article on The Diplomat's Flashpoints blog, Rory Medcalf explores the way regional tensions played out at the recent Shangri La Dialogue in Singapore.Rory Medcalf
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Interactives
Lowy Institute Diplomat Database
This Lowy Institute interactive uncovers the changing face of Australia's diplomatic network, tracking 47 years of Australian diplomatic appointments overseas. The data…
Speeches
Remarks at the launch of the India Poll 2013
On 20 May 2013, International Security Program Director launched the India Poll 2013 at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi. The full text of his remarks is included…
Commentary
China won't be frozen out of Arctic
In an opinion piece about China and the Arctic for the Global Times  (in English and Chinese), Lowy Institute East Asia Program Director Linda Jakobson argues that Chinese…
Commentary
How the world looks from India
In this op-ed in The Hindu, Rory Medcalf and Amitabh Mattoo explore what the findings of the India Poll 2013 reveal about Indian attitudes towards China, Pakistan, and the United…
India Poll 2013
Polling
India Poll 2013
The India Poll 2013 is one of the most comprehensive surveys ever conducted on the attitudes of Indian citizens towards their future in the world. Photo: Flickr user…
Commentary
Australia's Julia Gillard: China bound
In this article on The Diplomat's Flashpoints blog, Rory Medcalf discusses what to expect from Prime Minister Gillard's trip to China.Rory Medcalf
Commentary
Consular services in death spiral as trivial demands increase
In an opinion piece in The Australian, Research Fellow Alex Oliver writes that a huge increase in overseas travel by Australians is putting unsustainable pressure on Australia…
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.