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Lowy’s big idea

Rowan Callick reports on responses by other think tanks to the establishment of the Lowy Institute

Lowy pumps $30m into think tank

Jill Margo, with Lyndall Crisp, reports on Mr Frank Lowy’s announcement of the establishment of the Lowy Institute

Warning on Korea

Tony Parkinson reports on the address by Lowy Institute director Professor Bob O’Neill at the Lowy Institute conference, “Changing utterly? Australia’s international policy in an uncertain age”

A threat to Australia: Carr

MARK SKELSEY reports on Premier Bob Carr’s address at the launch of the Lowy Institute’s first conference “Changing utterly? Australia’s international policy in an uncertain age”, held on 25 and 26 November at the State Library of New South Wales.

Lowy Institute for International Policy makes initial research appointments

The Lowy Institute for International Policy has announced the first appointments of research staff to the Institute. One of Australia's most internationally respected economists, Professor Warwick McKibbin, will become a Professorial Fellow and Dr Alan Dupont, a well-known expert in security and defence studies, will take up an appointment as Senior Fellow. Malcolm Cook, Michael Fullilove and Mark Thirlwell have been appointed as program directors respectively for the Asia Pacific region, global issues, and the international economy. A senior officer of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Anthony Bubalo, has been appointed as a Research Fellow.

Lowy to establish research institute in international policy

Mr Frank Lowy AC today announced he would establish a research institute in international policy, based in Sydney.The Institute, to be known as the Lowy Institute for International Policy, will have ambitious goals. Its subject matter will be all those international issues - political, diplomatic, strategic, economic and social - which affect Australia and its future.

Beyond the pinstripes

Peter Rodgers reviews the book “Making Australian foreign policy” by Allan Gyngell and Michael Wesley.

Choose freedom or else

Edward Rhodes write on the Bush administration's `Pax Americana' foreign policy, with comments by Allan Gyngell

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