Perth sits in a unique position at the fulcrum of the Indo-Pacific region. Recognizing Perth as the gateway to the Indian Ocean, we seek to leverage Western Australia’s position and economic significance to shape strategic thinking and encourage stronger relationships within the dynamic Indo-Pacific region.
As the Indo-Pacific system continues to grow in importance and India emerges as an important strategic player, we need to understand more about how Delhi’s plans will shape the region.
Australia is part of Southeast Asia and has an interest in the security and prosperity of its neighbours. We seek to enhance relations and facilitate the development of sound policy towards Southeast Asia.
Australia and Indonesia are together at the geopolitical fulcrum of the Indo-Pacific. We are helping policymakers develop a high-level dialogue on Australia's Indonesia policy to move bilateral relations into the 21st century.
Building on the Australia–Japan relationship and raise Australia’s profile in Korea to helping strategic thinkers in Korea recognise the important role Australia will play in the coming decades.
Australia is a leading resources economy and has an opportunity to help shape resources governance policy in emerging economies in the region by building consensus on leading policies and practices.
With rapid changes in energy demand and consumption patterns, this program recognises energy security as a significant policy issue for Australia and the Indo-Pacific region.
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