Region-Australia

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Significant outcomes from AUSMIN 2020, another diplomatic stoush between the US and China, update on the China-India standoff and significance for Australia. Read More

Poverty and power: Women’s entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific region

The Asia-Pacific region is changing the world. It hums with an entrepreneurial energy and spirit of opportunity that permeates everywhere from local marketplaces to the sprawling headquarters of multinational corporations. Read More

Asia Pacific Women | Thought Leadership Series

The Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series brings focus to the status of women in the Asia-Pacific region through expert commentary on the five priority thematic areas relevant to women’s social inclusion and economic engagement in several aspects of life. Read More

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 ‘Australia has to act; we have to build the region and the world we want. If we don’t, others will do it for us. And… Read More

Stoking the fire of Asia-Pacific missile proliferation

Despite the justifications, Australia’s plan to acquire long-range missiles won’t make the country or the region safer. Dr Tanya Ogilvie-White shares her thoughts. Read More

How shared distrust of China Is fueling closer India-Australia relations

Professor Ian Hall, Griffith Asia Institute shares insights on the strengthening of India-Australia Relations Read More

The spending splurge matters, regardless of what modern monetary theory says

There are a number of reasons why deficits and debt do matter, even if the debt is effectively owed to the central bank and even if it has been created in a recession, or in anticipation of one – as is the case for the COVID-19 to the economy. Read More

How Xi Jinping is reshaping the world

Rowan Callick shares insights into How Xi Jinping Is Reshaping the World Read More

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Australia commits $270 billion to boost defence capability. CCP's draconian national security law comes into effect in Hong Kong. India bans 59 Chinese apps amid border tensions Read More

Going global: Indian entrepreneur takes Queensland’s wild program to India

Dr Shaloo Chopra, Going Global participant, teams up with Queensland entrepreneurs Yolonde Entsch and Sue Boisen to develop a program called WILD YOU (the Women’s Inspirational Lifestyle Design program) Read More

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Our research focuses on the trade and business, politics, governance, security, economies and development of the Asia Pacific and their significance for Australia. Griffith University is committed to advancing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across the region.