Bolstering resilience in the Indo-Pacific: Policy options for AUSMIN after COVID-19
As state-backed disinformation and cyber-attack risks soar in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, new research from the United States Studies Centre details ten policy recommendations for the upcoming AUSMIN meeting which will enable the government to move quickly to mitigate risks and optimise outcomes.
Enduring economic partners: 15 years of the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement
Please join us as some of the officials behind the AUSFTA — John Howard OM AC, Arthur Sinodinos AO, Joe Hockey, Robert Zoellick, Wendy Cutler and Michael Thawley AO — discuss the future of the US-Australia economic relationship in an era of economic uncertainty and US-China strategic competition.
Tech wars: US-China technology competition and what it means for Australia
New research published by USSC finds that Australia’s deep enmeshment with the United States’ scientific infrastructure, coupled with its geopolitical and economic relationship with China, will leave it increasingly vulnerable as the US Congress and the Trump administration move to protect Washington’s technological advantage over Beijing.