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The world is facing unprecedented geostrategic and geopolitical shifts. Australia 360, tailored for young leaders and professionals, takes a close look at the big issues and trends shaping the world around us.
It brings together leading researchers, thinkers and practitioners, to discuss Australia’s political, security and economic realities - its key relationships globally and in the region.
The first session looks at how Australia is travelling in its relationships with Asia’s giants - China, Japan, India and the US.
The second session will focus on how Australia is travelling in its nearer neighbourhood, zeroing in on key relationships in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific.
The conference will end with an interactive, hands-on component delving into the hard choices Australia has to make about its defence as the world rapidly changes.
Diplomats, government officials, business people and students are warmly invited to attend.
- Dr Amy King, Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, ANU
- Dr Lauren Richardson, Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, ANU
- Hon Prof Brendan Sargeant , Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, ANU
- Dr Benjamin Zala , Department of International Relations, ANU
- Liam Gammon, Department of Political and Social Change, ANU
- Asso Prof Nicole Haley, Department of Pacific Affairs, ANU
- Dr Huong Le Thu , Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)
- Emeritus Prof Hugh White, Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, ANU
- Dr Joanne Wallis, Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, ANU
- Prof Rory Medcalf, National Security College, ANU
- Dave Curran, Chairman, Westpac Scholars Trust
- Katherine Mansted, National Security College, ANU
- Jonathan Perlman, Editor, Australian Foreign Affairs
- Prof John Blaxland, Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, ANU
- Assoc Prof Nicholas Farrelly, Associate Dean, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU
Conference program can be viewed here.