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Pakistan in the Asian Century

Earlier this year Lowy Institute Executive Director Michael Wesley traveled to Pakistan to understand how Pakistan's power dynamics are shifting as it adapts to rapid strategic changes across the r

Australian defence capability planning

Lieutenant General David Hurley AO DSC, spoke to the Wednesday Lunch at Lowy audience on 23rd August 2006.  In a wide-ranging presentation, General Hurley offered an insider's unique perspective fr

Conclusion - Michael Wesley

Advancing Innovative Development and Aid Strategies in the Asia-Pacific: Accelerating the Millennium Development Goals

Going Forward

Advancing Innovative Development and Aid Strategies in the Asia-Pacific: Accelerating the Millennium Development Goals

Public Discussion Panel

Advancing Innovative Development and Aid Strategies in the Asia-Pacific: Accelerating the Millennium Development Goals

Global development in the Asian century

Mr Brian Atwood spoke at the Lowy Institute on the changing global development agenda and the way this is affecting the relationships and expectations of the development partners.

US mid-term congressional elections 2006

On Friday 10 November 2006 the Lowy Institute hosted a special briefing on the results of the mid-term congressional elections, in which the Democratic Party regained control of both houses of Cong

After Iraq

On 29 November 2006 at a special Wednesday Lunch at Lowy at 31 Bligh Street, the noted commentator Owen Harries spoke on the topic 'After Iraq'.

Guantanamo Bay

On 12 July 2006, Leigh Sales, the ABC’s National Security Correspondent, spoke to the Wednesday Lowy Lunch seminar at the Lowy Institute about the key questions raised by Guantanamo: what the centr

Democratisation dilemmas

On 15th March 2006 at Wednesday Lunch at Lowy, Ambassador Martin Indyk, Lowy Institute Board Member and Director of the Saban Center for Middle East Studies at the Brookings Institution and Anthony

U.S.-Australian relations in a new era

On 6 December 2007, as part of it Distinguished Speaker Series, the Lowy Institute hosted an address by the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Ambassador R.

Financial market globalisation

On 31 July 2007, as part of the Lowy Institute's Distinguished Speaker Series, John Lipsky, First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, spoke on financial market globalisatio

How to save the Doha round

At the Wednesday Lunch at Lowy on 13 September 2006, Dr Andrew Charlton talked about a radical new plan to break the deadlock in the Doha Round and create a trading system that does more for global

Enmeshed

On 7 November 2007 at the Wednesday Lunch at Lowy, Dr Meryl Williams launched her new Lowy Institute Paper entitled 'Enmeshed: Australia and Southeast Asia's Fisheries'.

Dams on the Salween, cargo boats on the Mekong

On 31 October 2007 at the Wednesday Lunch at Lowy, Dr Milton Osborne examined China's growing influence in Southeast Asia by looking at the water politics of the Salween and Mekong River systems th

Koizumi legacy: Japan new politics

At the Wednesday Lunch at Lowy on 2 August 2006, Dr Malcolm Cook, program director Asia and the Pacific, discussed Prime Minister Koizumi's legacy and the changes he has overseen to Japan’s domesti

The Ugandan experience

At the Wednesday Lunch at Lowy on 27 February 2008, Archbishop John Odama spoke about the brutal twenty-year conflict in northern Uganda in his presentation 'Reconciliation and development: The Uga

Ten years after the Asian Crisis

On 11 July 2007 at the Wednesday Lunch at Lowy, Dr Stephen Grenville addressed the questions: As international capital flows back into the Asian region's economies, is the region now seeing old vul

After Honiara

Dr Michael Fullilove was the speaker at the Wednesday Lowy Lunch on 26 April 2006. The topic was: 'After Honiara: Implications for the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands'.

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