ASEAN's Indo-Pacific Vision

09 Apr 2019 By Hugo Seymour

For more than 50 years, ASEAN has underpinned peaceful cooperation between its Southeast Asian member states. The ASEAN Charter’s principles of amity, dialogue and consensus have encouraged regional stability, economic integration and development. As such, ASEAN nations such as Indonesia, Singapore and Vietnam have been able to prosper and add economic weight to an already dynamic region.

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Western Australia Poised To Cash In On India Defence Links

06 Feb 2019 By Hugo Seymour, Professor Stephen Smith

Amid the global uncertainty created by an unpredictable Trump presidency and a significantly more assertive China, WA can still benefit from efforts to maintain stability in our part of the world.

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Defence Industries a Perfect Fit to Expand Western Australian Economy

06 Nov 2018 By Gordon Flake

The future of Australia’s defence is right here, right now. As global strategic power converges on the Indo-Pacic, WA is making a crucial contribution to national defence and regional stability.

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Australia's Role in Indonesian Infrastructure Projects

29 Oct 2018 By Winona Wroe

Indonesia’s growing importance in the Indo-Pacific region means that now more than ever Australia must expand the ways in which it engages with its closest Asian neighbour. One of the ways that Australia can improve their engagement is to increase efforts to close the huge infrastructure gap in Indonesia.

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Defining the Indian Ocean's Regional Future

25 Oct 2018 By Professor Erika Techera

The Indian Ocean’s significance is entrenched in a long history of trade, transport and communication. The region includes twenty-eight continental and island states, and is home to 35% of the world’s population. Since 2000, the region’s trade growth has outpaced the rate for the global economy: a development that should be no surprise considering the wealth of living and non-living resources within it.

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The Indo-Pacific: A Western Australian Perspective

14 Aug 2018 By Reginald Ramos

Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ms Frances Adamson, delivered a keynote on "The Indo-Pacific: A Western Australian Perspective" on 7 August 2018.

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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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