The Centre focuses on issues of direct relevance to Australia, and Western Australia’s position in the region. The Centre’s agenda is designed to support topics of regional importance. Through the Centre’s now established rigorous programming and events schedule, independent research and international outreach, the Centre aims to continue its significant contribution to nascent policy discussion, furthering the existing priorities of the WA Business Community with the Federal and WA Governments in international affairs in the Indo-Pacific.
Content and analysis in the lead up to the next election.
Analysis of the security and prosperity of Australia's closest neighbours.
Exploring India as a strategic actor in the Indo-Pacific and how it will shape the region.
Examining shifts in Northeast Asia and the stabilising role Australia can play within the region.
Supporting the G'Day USA public diplomacy initiative.
Helping policymakers develop a high-level dialogue on Australia's Indonesia policy.
Public and private events hosting Australian senior Diplomats and those from Indo-Pacific nations.
Energy security is an issue for Australia and the Indo-Pacific region.
Alliance 21 is a 3 to 10 month fellowship exchange of scholars and policy analysts.
A multi-country survey report that explores the Australia-U.S. relationship.
Perth sits in a unique position at the fulcrum of the Indo-Pacific region.
Understanding the shared concerns and interests in the Indo-Pacific region.
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