Caitlin Byrne

Women’s workforce participation: A global agenda facing global challenge

CAITLIN BYRNE  |  Women’s participation in the workforce is a priority issue in the global agenda for women’s equality. With the rise of COVID-19,… 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

Partners on the journey in 2019

CAITLIN BYRNE  |  2019 Asia Future Fellow, Mark Batakin reminded us recently of an old Chinese proverb: ‘He who returns from a… Read More

The state in the neighbourhood: A snapshot of Queensland’s engagement in the Asia Pacific

CAITLIN BYRNE  |  Significant transformation in Australia’s neighbourhood—the rise of Asian economies, cities and middle classes, unprecedented digital disruption, and near insatiable demands for… 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

CAITLIN BYRNE  |  The Philippine-Australian relationship has a long history of bilateral cooperation. Since diplomatic relations were established in 1946 the two countries… Read More

At the G20, a focus on sideshow diplomacy and photo opps, with limited material gains

CAITLIN BYRNE  | What a weekend it’s been: global leadership, diplomacy and theatrics, all at play on the world stage. US President Donald Trump… Read More

Pressure builds with more protests in Hong Kong, but what’s the end game?

CAITLIN BYRNE  | The latest protests in Hong Kong on Sunday, which organisers said brought some 2 million people to the streets, represented yet another… Read More

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