Events

Asia Stories | Pacific Perspectives with Tess Newton Cain

Associate Professor Tess Newton Cain chats about her research, analysis and journey to studying the Pacific. 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

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

Deepening regional cooperation on sustainable development and climate change

A delegation from Griffith Asia Institute traveled to Indonesia from 20-23 August 2019 to participate in the Dialogue on Deepening Regional Cooperation on Sustainable Development and… Read More

Trilateral dialogue on leadership, partnership and ASEAN centrality in the Indo-Pacific

On 6 August 2019 the Griffith Asia Institute hosted the third Australia-Japan-India Trilateral with the generous support of Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the… Read More

Philippine-Australian Relations: Connecting the Spokes

The Philippine-Australian relationship has a long history of bilateral cooperation. Since diplomatic relations were established in 1946 the two countries have had strong people-to-people links,… Read More

Imagining a new post-COVID-19 international economic order for the Pacific islands
Reflections on press freedom as a pillar of democracy
Women are most affected by pandemics — lessons from past outbreaks
COVID-19 has disrupted data collection as well…

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