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This edition explores Vietnam's economic growth since its Doi Moi reforms started in 1986. The story of Vietnam’s domestic economic transformation since the end of the Vietnam War and Australia’s early role in that transformation sets a strong precedent upon which an economic partnership can...
In Australia, the think tank community is still growing and many Australians have yet to truly understand what a think tank does.
Changes to global energy framework over the next two decades will have profound geopolitical implications, even if the fuel mix does not change radically. These trends are magnified in the Indo-Pacific region which is becoming a much more important energy consumption centre...
Argues that Australian policymakers need to articulate a strategy for the possibility that a large, state-owned oil company will make a bid for an Australian energy company or major energy asset.
Policy recommendationsAustralia must develop and articulate a robust energy security...
This project explores the important relationship between the United States and Australia.
This report argues that maturing the Korea-Australia investment relationship is key for its next stage of growth. Building on recent successes in the resource sector, bilateral investment now needs to move into a range of new industries, including infrastructure, finance, services and agriculture.
The Perth USAsia Centre has commissioned this special report on India’s prospective membership of APEC. Drawing expertise from emerging and established authors from across the Indo-Pacific region, this publication provides new and informed analysis on this most important issue of regional integration.
This report examines regional perspectives on whether India should be a member of APEC. Bringing together a number of authors from India and six APEC economies, it unpacks the varied range of interests, objectives and agendas informing views on this important issue.
This volume brings fresh perspectives on Indonesia and what the changes in Indonesian politics, diplomacy, and society mean for Australia-Indonesia relations and for the Indo-Pacific international system.
A key element of Australia’s debate on national security issues has been a notion of forced choice between an old ally and a new major trading partner. This is particularly so when strategic choices might produce economic disadvantage.
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