State of the United States: Australia-US collaboration for the economic security of the Indo-Pacific

State of the United States: Australia-US collaboration for the economic security of the Indo-Pacific

When

3.00pm–4.00pm

12 May 2021

Type

Webinar

Details

Perth time: Wednesday, 12 May, 1.00pm-2.00pm AWST

Cost

Free but registration is essential

Geoeconomic threats to American primacy are prompting the Biden administration to explicitly connect domestic recovery to external strength, with reviews of supply chains and strategic, government-led investments to secure US technological supremacy. Given increasing threats to the rules-based order, it is imperative that Australia and the US work together to reinforce a secure Indo-Pacific economy. How can Australia work together with the Biden administration to manage geoeconomics, contestation and coercion in the Indo-Pacific region?

To discuss these issues, the USSC hosted a webinar discussion with Perth USAsia Centre Research Director Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Senior Policy Fellow Hayley Channer and United States Studies Centre Non-Resident Senior Fellow Dr John Lee in conversation with Perth USAsia Centre CEO Professor Gordon Flake

Jeffrey Wilson, Hayley Channer and John Lee are authors of featured chapters from United States Studies Centre and Perth USAsia Centre joint publication State of the United States: An evolving alliance agenda:

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