Ian Hall

Griffith Asia Institute moving forward

CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG  |    It is with great pleasure I write to introduce myself as the newly appointed Director for the Griffith Asia… Read More

What might Australia learn from the Nijjar affair and the breakdown in Canada–India relations?

IAN HALL | Justin Trudeau’s announcement that Canadian authorities suspect India had some role in the killing of Sikh separatist leader … Read More

India pushes China to the margins of the G20

IAN HALL | New multilateral agreements unveiled on the sidelines of the G20 show how India has been working hard to curtail China's strategic influence. Read More

Soft balancing and the slow demise of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation

IAN HALL | On July 4, 2023, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted a Shanghai Cooperation Organisation virtual leaders’ summit. Much of the … Read More

Divided Indian diaspora in Australia tops concerns for Narendra Modi visit

IAN HALL | Narendra Modi arrives this week for an official visit to Australia. When he first came to Australia in November 2014,… Read More

Trade talks mask growing tensions between India and Russia

IAN HALL | Talk of a new free trade agreement between India and Russia should not distract from the unravelling of their strategic… Read More

Getting India right

IAN HALL | Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s visit to India this week comes at a pivotal moment for Australia’s ties with that country. Over… Read More

Ways forward for India and ASEAN in the Indo-Pacific

IAN HALL | India’s relationships with the states and societies of Southeast Asia and with the ASEAN itself have, of course, been transformed… Read More

Confident, competent, inconsistent: Australia’s strategic personality

IAN HALL | There is broad agreement that Australian diplomacy and defence policy need to change to meet the challenges posed by a… Read More

Why India won’t break with Russia… yet

IAN HALL | In recent weeks, India has been more vocal about the Ukraine conflict than at the start of the war, beginning… Read More


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