Topic-Public Diplomacy

Potential North Korean narrative shift and the Chinese precedent

Griffith Asia Institute Adjunct Fellow, Andray Abrahamian co-authored and article with Rose Adams that draws comparisons between China-US rapprochement as a precedent of potential DPNK-US relations. Read More

Regional wrap | 54

 ‘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

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

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 1 July

Tess Newton Cain's weekly bulletin looks at the gender-based violence in PNG, social impacts of COVID-19 in Fiji, New Caledonia referendum, opposition party in Fiji and the new Kiribati president’s agenda. Read More

Designing an Australian grand strategy for China

A grand strategy involves developing and applying national power to improve the relationship our nation has with another. This whole-of-nation activity integrates multiple interests while using diverse forms of power including diplomatic, economic, societal, cyber and military. Dr Peter Layton, Visiting Fellow at Griffith Asia Institute shares insights on an Australian Grand Strategy for China. Read More

Tools for managing complex negotiations

Dr Larry Crump Larry submitted a survey article on the state of practice titled “Tools for managing complex negotiations.” Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 24 June

Tess Newton Cain's weekly bulletin looks at the deferral of the changeover for Secretary General, Kiribati elections overshadowed, 9th COVID-19 case in PNG, trade developments in Solomon Islands and PNG and USP reinstates VC. Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin

Former Prime Minister arrested on arrival in PNG Former Prime Minister Peter O’Neill was arrested on his arrival into Port Moresby on Saturday. He was… Read More

In the age of the COVID-19 crisis, have journalists become the new diplomats?

Bradley McConachie describes an expanded role of journalists in the era of COVID-19 and discusses the effects. Read More

When it comes to the Pacific the feeling is mutual: How do Australian diplomats and their academic counterparts see each other?

There are some moments which focus into sharp relief only months later. I experienced one of them after taking on a new role as… Read More

Social media and democracy in the Philippines
The impact of COVID-19 and policy measures undertaken in Papua New Guinea
Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 5 May
Supernatural beliefs in today's China

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