Australian and the United States Alliance: the future leaders who will Shape Relations in the Indo-Pacific Century

23 Jul 2019 By Imogen Keall

Last week the Perth USAsia Centre, in collaboration with the University of Western Australia and the United States Department of State, brought together 17 young professionals and thought leaders on the Australian-United States Alliance for a regional workshop in Perth.

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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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Australia and the United States – An Overview

23 Apr 2019 By Tammy Wayne-Elliot

The Australian Deputy Head of Mission to the United States, Ms Katrina Cooper, presented to a roundtable event on Wednesday 10 April 2019 to discuss the Australia-US alliance under President Donald Trump, as well as the recent developments in U.S. domestic politics.

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China’s growing Latin America ties also matter for Australia

12 Mar 2019 By Erin Watson-Lynn

When China’s increasing links to Latin America are discussed, Australia might not be the first country that comes to mind. But for Australian policy makers, Beijing’s push into Latin America matters. Australia must do more itself to strengthen its otherwise nascent relationships with the region, especially as China works to fill the vacuum left by the United States’ absence in the region.

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Measuring Asia's Power

04 Dec 2018 By Reginald Ramos

On 28 November 2018, the Perth USAsia Centre launched the Asia Power Index, in collaboration with the Lowy Institute, at Government House in Perth. The Asia Power Index developed by the Lowy Institute is an analytical tool for sharpening debate on power in the Asia-Pacific.

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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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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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