Australia’s Economic Diversification Imperative

13 Aug 2020 By Hugo Seymour

Australia’s imperative in needing to diversify its trade and investment relationships – as a matter of national priority and urgency - has been thrown into sharp relief in 2020.

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Opportunities for Vietnam in Australia's new supply chain

10 Aug 2020 By VnExpress

As Australia intensifies diversification of partners when global supply chains are mixed, opportunities may come to Vietnam.

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2020 US Election Blog Series: Edition 4

04 Aug 2020 By Tammy Wayne-Elliot

The US Election Blog Series continues with the timeline through to October this year. COVID-19 continues to impact both the election timeline and campaign plans.

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The changing nature of cyber threats

29 Jul 2020 By Danielle Cave

On 10 August, the Perth USAsia Centre will host Danielle Cave from ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre for an in conversation with our Board member Professor Stephen Smith, former Australia Minister of Defence to talk about how this rapidly changing landscape is impacting everything from spycraft to government cyber strategies to the future of cyberspace.

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Australia and ASEAN’s Shared Recovery

21 Jul 2020 By Hugo Seymour

On the 21st July, the Perth USAsia Centre convened an online private dialogue with Australia’s most recent Ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Ms Jane Duke.

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Perspective: Korea’s Place in the Future of Global Battery Value Chains

15 Jul 2020 By Dr Kyungjin Song

The Future Battery Industry Cooperative Research Centre and the Perth USAsia Centre launched their flagship study on the governance of the global battery industry on 8 July with a live online discussion. This article highlights the key points made by guest speaker Kyungjin Song on South Korea’s battery industry.

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Shining a light on global battery value chains

08 Jul 2020 By Hugo Seymour

Launching the flagship research publication of the new Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre (FBI-CRC), the Perth USAsia Centre convened in partnership with the FBI-CRC an online public forum on the governance of global battery value chains.

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Australia and China in an uncertain world

07 Jul 2020 By Jeffrey Wilson

The Perth USAsia Centre convened a Chatham House Rule discussion with Australia’s Ambassador to China, Graham Fletcher, on 7th July. This invite-only private discussion enabled the Perth USAsia Centre and key stakeholders to discuss with Mr Fletcher recent developments in the vitally important relationship.

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Australia’s New Regional Defence Strategy

06 Jul 2020 By Hugo Seymour

On 6th July 2020, Australia’s Defence Minister Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC delivered a public address before the Perth USAsia Centre and The University of Western Australia, concerning Australia’s evolving security challenges across the Indo-Pacific region in a post-COVID-19 environment.

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