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Michael Fullilove

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After the mid-terms: Australia, the United States and the international order

Lowy Institute Executive Director, Dr Michael Fullilove, reflects on the Trump Administration, the effect of the midterms on US foreign policy and what this means for Australia and the world order.
Audio podcast

In conversation: Dennis Richardson

Dennis Richardson AO has served as the Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, as Australian Ambassador to the United States and as Director-General of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
Commentary

President Trump? We say no thanks to the Donald

This week Donald Trump secured his position as frontrunner for the Republican nomination for US president with a thumping victory in the primary in his home state, New York. But in a striking new Lowy Institute poll result, almost half (45 per cent) of adult...
Report

Judicious ambition: international policy priorities for the new Australian government

Executive summary Australia faces both challenges and opportunities on the international stage. Changes to the global economic and strategic order are forcing Australia to rethink many of the assumptions that have traditionally underpinned its security and prosperity. At the same time Australia’s elevation to the...
Audio presentation

The fifth estate: diplomacy, disasters and deals - foreign policy 2013

2013 is an election year and we know that domestic issues will dominate the campaign and decide our next prime minister. But, at a time when the world is confronting major changes, our foreign policy directions are hugely important, too. In the Wheeler Centre's first...