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CommentaryPapua New Guinea can feed Japan’s energy appetite
Originally published in the East Asia Forum.
CommentaryThe chips are down for China
Forget Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Covid or war in Taiwan. A package of US export restrictions is set to kneecap China. Originally published in The Australian.
Speeches2022 Lowy Lecture - Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
The Director-General of the World Trade Organization delivered the 2022 Lowy Lecture at Sydney Town Hall.
CommentaryA symbolic, stabilising step is one thing – but do Australia and China have enough shared interests for progress?
Anthony Albanese and Xi Jinping’s meeting comes in a world where the geopolitical dynamics have changed too much for a ‘reset’ to occur. Originally published in The Guardian.
CommentaryGeopolitical competition among the larger powers in the Pacific
There is strategic anxiety in both the United States and Australia about China's increasing influence in the Pacific.
CommentaryAsean is less dysfunctional on geopolitics than it seems
Originally published in The Straits Times.
Journal ArticlesJournal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism guest editorial
Special issue on violent extremist risk assessment, arising from a 2021 AVERT Research Network conference, including contributions from Adrian Cherney, Michele Grossman &…
PodcastsAli Wyne on great power competition, the United States and China
What does great power competition mean, and where did the concept come from? In this episode of Rules Based Audio, Ben Scott speaks to author and analyst Ali…
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