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Annual Report 2018

Perth USAsia Centre enjoyed a successful year in 2018, collaborating with more than 40 partners to host 80 events in 9 cities across 6 countries.
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Should India be in the APEC?

The first meeting of APEC was held in November 1989, ten months after then-Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke called for its formation to help ease pressures on the international trading system.
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Western Australian Indo-Pacific Defence Conference 2019

The WA Indo-Pacific Defence conference is the flagship defence industry and defence issues conference.

India in APEC: Views from the Indo-Pacific

Views from Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam on the potential inclusion of India in APEC

2019 Non-resident Fellows

Meet our new non-resident fellows Dr Rebecca Strating, Dr Priya Chacko, Dr Danielle Chubb and Dr Poppy S. Winanti. We’re proud to be welcoming these distinguished women to the Centre and look forward to their valuable contributions.

Building Bridges: Navigating Indonesia's Infrastructure Choices

Kyle Springer explores Indonesia's need to coordinate integrated infrastructure projects that solve its intra-island, inter-island, and international connectivity gaps.
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