A Year Out: Battleground States and 2020

09 Dec 2019 By Hugo Seymour

CEO of the Sydney-based United States Studies Centre, Professor Simon Jackman, joined us for a private discussion on key developments in US politics, the unfolding Impeachment Inquiry, and the 2020 Presidential Election.

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Trump: Architect or Avatar of the post-liberal international order? Roundtable with Dr Gorana Grgic, U.S. Studies Centre

22 Oct 2019 By Kyle Springer

In a roundtable hosted by Perth USAsia Centre on 3 October with Dr Gorana Grgic, a foreign policy expert at the United States Studies Centre (USSC) in Sydney, discussions centred around the question of how the presidency of Donald Trump might contribute to the dismantling of the current order.

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Australia’s alliance with the US is defined by more than one President

18 Jul 2019 By Hugo Seymour

The Lowy poll shows deep appreciation for the contribution ties to the US make to Australia’s prosperity and security.

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A Post-State of the Union Address and Republican Politics in the United States

07 Feb 2019 By Coel Healy

American politics and the current state of the Republican Party formed the focus of an event hosted by the Perth USAsia Centre and the Policy Committee of the Liberal Party of Australia (WA division) on 6 February 2019. 

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The Australia-US Relationship in the Indo-Pacific Era

24 Aug 2018 By Reginald Ramos

On 27 August 2018, Australia's Ambassador to the United States, The Hon Joe Hockey, joined the Perth USAsia Centre for a private roundtable under the Chatham House Rule which focused on Australia-US relations.

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United States Foreign Policy and Populism

05 Jun 2018 By Reginald Ramos

Ambassador Frank Lavin, former US Under-Secretary of International Trade and former US Ambassador to Singapore, conducted a roundtable discussion on President Trump, US Foreign Policy and Populism.

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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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The Contested Economic Architecture of the Indo-Pacific Region

15 Feb 2018 By Jeffrey Wilson

For the first time in three decades, the US is not an active player in discussions over regional economic integration in Asia. Yet its withdrawal comes at the very time when the regional economic architecture is changing most dramatically.

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