Liberalising foreign investment to bolster economic growth in APEC

The Asian Competitiveness Institute at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, recently organised a session on economic growth in… Read More

Australia’s defence strategy: Evaluating alternatives for a contested Asia

Many books on Australian defence simply repeat old beliefs. This valuable new work does not, instead breaking new ground in proposing a new strategic approach,… Read More

How to save the Shangri-La Dialogue

It was a sign of the Shangri-La Dialogue’s declining relevance when China sent a low-level delegation and India no delegation at all to this year’s… Read More

Power dynamics in the Asia-Pacific

On June 5, 2017, the Carnegie Moscow Center hosted an open discussion on major power relationships in the Asia-Pacific region with John McCarthy, former Australian… Read More

Trapped in a long war

Australia has been part of America’s long war against terrorism since the war began in 2001. In the first stage (2001–02), al-Qaeda in Afghanistan was… Read More

Griffith Represents Australia at the APEC Study Centre Consortium Conference in Vietnam

Griffith Asia Institute’s APEC Study Centre represented Australia at the 12-13 May APEC Study Centre Consortium Conference (ASCCC17) held in Hanoi, Vietnam, this year’s APEC… Read More

Guilt-free online shopping: can parcel deliveries ever be truly carbon-neutral?

Whether you’re a fashion junkie or a reluctant shopper, there is no denying that buying online is hugely convenient – a couple of clicks and… Read More

How Australia should react to the Trump tax cuts

President Donald Trump has proposed cutting the US corporate tax rate from 35% to 15% and ending the practice of taxing the foreign income… Read More

Are global logistics companies truly committed to reduce their carbon emissions?

Mr David Herold and Associate Professor Ki-Hoon Lee recently published an article about the similarities and differences in the measurement and reporting of… Read More

South-South Migration: Emerging patterns, opportunities and risks

Moazzem Hossain, an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies and Griffith Asia Institute and colleagues from the University of… Read More

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