Perth USAsia Centre Appoints new Indo-Pacific Fellows for 2020

30 Mar 2020 By Jeffrey Wilson

To ensure our stakeholders stay informed of a rapidly-changing regional environment, the Centre has appointed a group of five Indo-Pacific Fellows. Drawn from Australia and key partners – India, Indonesia, Japan and Vietnam – they are foreign policy thought leaders with deep expertise in national and regional trends.

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Japan Symposium Q & A with Dr Rajeswari Rajagopalan

06 Feb 2020 By Tammy Wayne-Elliot

Dr Rajagopalan will join us for both the private and public dialogues for this year’s Japan Symposium, convened by the Perth USAsia Centre in partnership with Japan Consulate in Perth. She spoke with our Tammy Wayne-Elliot in the lead up to the event.

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India’s RCEP exit a setback, but not a disaster

06 Nov 2019 By Jeffrey Wilson

With an India–China deadlock out of the way, the path is clear to finalise the historic regional trade agreement. Research Director Dr Jeffrey Wilson writes for The Interpreter.

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India’s star continues to rise

29 Oct 2019 By Professor Stephen Smith

Board member Stephen Smith reflects on his recent visit to India as part of a Perth USAsia Centre delegation with CEO Gordon Flake and former Australian High Commissioner to India Peter Varghese.

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India and Australia in an uncertain world

15 Oct 2019 By Hugo Seymour

Ambassador Sujan R. Chinoy, was our featured speaker at a recent roundtable discussion as part of the Centre’s distinguished Ambassador’s Dialogue program.

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India’s Indo-Pacific Vision: China-India & Australia-India Relations

29 Aug 2019 By Hugo Seymour

The Perth USAsia Centre had the privilege of convening a private foreign policy roundtable event with Dr Jagannath Panda, of India’s Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses, in August 2019.

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Modi’s Mandate: The Indian General Election with Professor Craig Jeffrey

29 Jun 2019 By Hugo Seymour

In partnership with UWA’s Public Policy Institute and the Australia India Business Council, the Perth USAsia Centre had the pleasure of hosting Professor Craig Jeffrey for a roundtable discussion on the drivers of India’s general election outcome and their implications for India, Australia and the world.

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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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