The Australia-US Relationship in the Indo-Pacific Era

24 Aug 2018
The Australia-US Relationship in the Indo-Pacific Era
On 27 August 2018, Australia’s Ambassador to the United States, The Hon Joe Hockey, joined the Perth USAsia Centre for a private roundtable luncheon under the Chatham House Rule which focused on  "The Australia-US relationship in the Indo-Pacific Era" and how they cooperate under the framework of an alliance with an emphasis on their shared strategic and economic interests in the Indo-Pacific region.

Australia's Ambassador to the United States, The Hon Joe Hockey, engages with participants at the roundtable luncheon which was moderated by Governor of Western Australia and Former Australian Ambassador to the United States, The Hon Kim Beazley.

From left to right: Australia's Ambassador to the United States, The Hon Joe Hockey; Governor of Western Australia and former Australian Ambassador to the United States, The Hon Kim Beazley; and WA State Director of Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ms Andrea Gleason.

Kyle Springer, Program Manager, interviews Australia's Ambassador to the United States, The Hon Joe Hockey, on Australia-US relationship under US President Donald Trump.


Exclusive Interview: The Hon Joe Hockey, Australia's Ambassador to the United States on the Australia-US relationship in the Indo-Pacific era

 

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Reginald Ramos
Reginald Ramos
Digital Communications Officer
Reginald Ramos is the Digital Communications Officer at the Perth USAsia Centre. He develops and implements strategies to engage the Centre's stakeholders and manages the Centre's digital content, website and social media.
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