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The United States and the Rules‑Based Order
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The United States and the Rules‑Based Order
Six experts debate America's approach to the rules-based order.
Australia's Security and the Rules-Based Order: Tracking a Decade of Policy Evolution
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Australia's Security and the Rules-Based Order: Tracking a Decade of Policy Evolution
In this feature, we identify ten recurring propositions about the rules-based order and show it's evolution through national debate and government policy. Explore how the rules…
Lowy Institute Pacific Aid Map
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Lowy Institute Pacific Aid Map
The Lowy Institute Pacific Aid Map is an analytical tool designed to enhance aid effectiveness in the Pacific by improving coordination, alignment, and accountability of foreign…
China and the Rules‑Based Order
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China and the Rules‑Based Order
Seven experts debate China’s approach to the rules‑based international order
Emerging From COVID: Policy Responses To The Pandemic
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Emerging From COVID: Policy Responses To The Pandemic
In this new feature, Lowy Institute experts provide policy recommendations for Australia to address issues that are critical to our nation’s — and the world’s —…
How China is changing the global balance of economic power
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How China is changing the global balance of economic power
China has displaced the United States from its traditional dominance as a major trading partner for most countries of the world.
Typology of Terror Interactive
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Typology of Terror Interactive
This project documents the characteristics of Australians’ contribution to global jihad in the Islamic State era. The dataset represents the largest open-source examination of…
The 2019 Lowy Institute Global Diplomacy Index
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The 2019 Lowy Institute Global Diplomacy Index
Visualising the diplomatic networks of 61 G20, OECD and Asian countries and territories. Bonnie Bley