The developing economic arrangements will not be a return to last century’s certainties.
This week: we revisit our discussion with Singaporean diplomat, academic and author, Kishore Mahbubani.
This week: the future of geopolitics. From Australia’s place in Asia to the war in Europe, we discuss new ways of thinking, with Professor Marc Stears.
As we enter the new Asian century, what will the choppy waters of globalisation hold?
With unprecedented global disintegration, how perceptions on foreign investment are changing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How do international students enrich the experiences and perspectives of those in the classroom?
Relationships are a boon and bane. The COVID-19 crisis is a perfect illustration of this truism. We have cultivated wide and deep international networks over decades.
The Australia-China economic partnership has always been important, but how will Australia fare with the two countries more closely interconnected than ever?
Despite veiled threats from the Chinese government, and the desire in some parts of the Australian community for a split, China and Australia need each other.
Responses to the pandemic have varied globally, but overwhelmingly they have been wholly national in character.