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Defence & Security

Australia response to HIV-AIDS 1982-2005

This paper was presented by Bill Bowtell, a senior research associate at the Lowy Institute, at the 'Commemorative Symposium on the Fifth Anniversary of the Okinawa Summit: East Asian Regional Response to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria' held in Tokyo on June 30, 2005. A revised version of the

Place at the table essential

Dr Alan Dupont, Senior Fellow for International Security at the Lowy Institute, writes in this opinion piece that at last Australia is fully engaged with Southeast Asia. The Australian, 29 July 2005, p. 15

Blair front line

In this article, two Lowy Institute analysts examine the implications of the London bombings. Anthony Bubalo and Dr Michael Fullilove, respectively the research fellow and program director for global issues at the Institute, argue that in terms of both explanations for and implications of the

China and Australia

In this Viewpoint for TIME Magazine, Allan Gyngell, the Executive Director of the Institute, explores the implications for Australia of China's growing power. He concludes that our success in dealing with China will depend critically on US strategy towards its emerging Asian competitor and China's

Asia faces capital conundrum

Stephen Grenville, Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute, writes that there are serious global imbalances apart from the US current account deficit.Australian Financial Review, 21 March 2005, p. 25

Regional tensions awaken

Dr Alan Dupont, Senior Fellow at the Lowy Institute, argues that Australia must not overlook relations between China and Japan. Dr Dupont is the author of a recent Lowy Institute Paper entitled Unsheathing the Samurai Sword: Japan's Changing Security Policy.Australian Financial Review, 3 March

Poll result offers the chance for calm

Dr Malcolm Cook, Program Director, the Asia Pacific Region, comments on how Taiwan's weekend elections slowed Taiwan's momentum towards formal independence and could lead to a new cross-strait detente. The Australian 14 December 2004, p. 13

Taiwanese nationalism is on the march

Malcolm Cook and Craig Meer argue that political change in Taiwan is undermining the cross-strait status quo, meaning that all interested parties have to seriously ponder afresh new ways of avoiding a disastrous conflict.  This article was published in The Diplomat, June-July 2004, p. 14

Putting terrorism into perspective

In an opinion article Anthony Bubalo welcomes the Federal Government's release of a white paper on terrorism as an important contribution to the public discussion of this critical issue. That discussion needs, however, to go beyond the parameters of the white paper to a consideration of where

And now for the good news

Allan Gyngell urges pessimists about the current international outlook to regain some historical perspective. In fact, the story coming out of Asia is very positive. Versions of this article were published in The Age, 28 April 2004 and the Sydney Morning Herald, 29 April 2004

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