Events

Perspectives:Asia | Asian-Australians: Enabling and elevating Australia’s competitive advantage to succeed in Asia

Jieh-Yung Lo, Founding Director of the Centre for Asian-Australian Leadership, Australian National University, presented a case for Australian businesses and governments to increase and prioritise… Read More

Perspectives:Asia | Restraining great powers

Internationally regarded IR scholar, Professor T.V. Paul, McGill University addressed how modern states have pursued various types of balancing behaviour and how power politics is… Read More

Free and open Indo-Pacific

Professor Caitlin Byrne and Professor Ian Hall facilitated a training program for Vietnam’s future leaders in Hanoi from 19-20 December 2019. The initiative,… Read More

The G20: Outcomes, issues and prospects

On the 29 November 2019, the Griffith Asia Institute hosted the 9th annual Australia-Japan Dialogue with the generous support of Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and… Read More

South Pacific Central Banking Research Conference and Regional Policy Dialogue

The 2019 Griffith-SPCB annual conference held in Port Vila in November brought together South Pacific central bank researchers to share current research on the region with… Read More

Perspectives:Asia | Bold, Simple or Dumb: Australia’s economic engagement with Asia

Dr Stephanie Fahey, CEO, Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) spoke at the 14 November 2019, Perspectives:Asia talk. With the global trade environment… Read More

Griffith Asia Lecture 2019

Secretary General, Pacific Islands Forum, Dame Meg Taylor focused her lecture on the geopolitical and geostrategic issues of economy, security and climate change challenging the… Read More

Asia Future Fellows – Beijing program 2019

Twelve Griffith University students traveled to Beijing in October 2019 for the Asia Future Fellows program – a Griffith and Peking University annual global… Read More

Queensland China Dialogue

As the strategic dynamics of the Asia Pacific change, maintaining Queensland’s global outlook and connections with the neighbourhood has never been more vital. China is… Read More

Perspectives:Asia | State of play in cyber-space: risks and implications of struggles for power in cyberspace

On Thursday 19 September 2019, The Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) and the Australian Centre of Asia-Pacific Art (ACAPA) at QAGOMA welcomed the sixth seminar… Read More

Social media and democracy in the Philippines
Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 26 January
The source of Xi Jinping’s extraordinary power
A disruptive innovation, future-focussed Australian strategic studies

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