Dr Dino Patti Djalal On His Recent Visit to Pyongyang and the Australia-Indonesia-US Trilateral Relationship

29 May 2018 By Krystal Hartig, Hugo Seymour

Dr Dino Patti Djalal led a delegation of Indo-Pacific scholars into Pyongyang, North Korea, just weeks prior to the inter-Korean Summit in April 2018. During his visit to Perth, he also conducted a roundtable on the Australia-Indonesia-US relationship.

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In Conversation with Speaker John Boehner and David B. Stewart

28 May 2018 By Reginald Ramos

Speaker John Boehner, 53rd Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, was joined by David B. Stewart, former Majority Staff Director of the Committee on Ways and Means to discuss contemporary American politics and foreign policy.

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Evaluating Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality in Australia’s ASEAN Programs

25 May 2018 By Tara Duane

A policy-by-policy analysis of gender and women's issues in Australia's ASEAN programs demonstrates that a stronger, more focused and more systematic approach in the evaluation of such programs will build on past successes to further improve gender equality in the region.

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Gordon's Newsletter: May 2018

25 May 2018 By Gordon Flake

Professor Gordon Flake recaps a busy month of May, including a visit from Indonesia's Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Ambassador Kristiarto Legowo and the 53rd Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Speaker John Boehner.

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Emperor of the Silk Road: The Implications of One-man Rule for China’s Foreign Policy

24 Apr 2018 By Adehlia Ebert

By assuming all power he assumes all responsibility. Only time will tell the outcome of Xi’s gamble, but the future of the Silk Road is far from assured.

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Australia and Indonesia: Strategic Partners in a Time of Change

17 Apr 2018 By Kyle Springer

Australia's former Foreign Minister Gareth Evans once said, “No two neighbours anywhere in the world are as comprehensively unalike as Australia and Indonesia.” Despite proximity, Canberra and Jakarta may as well be worlds apart but changes need to be made if the countries want to face the future in a strategic way.

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Trilateral Diplomacy: Foundations in an Australian Indo-Pacific Strategy

27 Mar 2018 By Hugo Seymour

Trilateral diplomacy can be a practical means to build the habits of dialogue, determine common objectives, secure agreement and enable action that may be more difficult to accomplish in larger multilateral environments.

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Australia, the United States and a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

22 Mar 2018 By Hugo Seymour

The Perth USAsia Centre convened a two-day conference on Australia-US-Indo-Pacific Strategy which brought together more than 20 experts from the Indo-Pacific.

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Japan-US-Australia-Relations in the Emerging Indo-Pacific Regional System

20 Mar 2018 By Krystal Hartig

In collaboration with the Consulate-General of Japan, the Perth USAsia Centre hosted a public symposium on 1 March 2018 to explore the opportunities for Australia-Japan-US relations in the Indo-Pacific.

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