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This briefing paper compares what the Australian government is doing on climate change with the countries most relevant and important to Australia: allies and trading partners.
The paper looks at China, the UK, South Korea, and the US. Examining what...
This lecture explores China's new model of growth and the way it is affecting the chances of avoiding human-induced climate change.
China's rapid energy-intensive growth in the first eleven years of this century accelerated the world's rush towards dangerous climate change....
Foreign policy has played virtually no role in Australia’s race to the polls on 21 August, beyond the domestic hot button issues of asylum seekers and immigration, writes Geoffrey Garrett , CEO of the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. But whoever...