Presented by Professor Caitlin Byrne
If you are attending in person, please arrive at Holding Redlich at 5.30pm for registration and drinks. This event will be available online. After registering, on October 11 you will receive a follow-up confirmation email containing further details on how to join the webinar which will commence at 6pm AEST, (7pm AEDT). The event is free for AIIA Queensland members and AIIA members from all states. Non-members pay $10 and student non-members $5.
Australia faces a more dynamic and uncertain future than at any time in the past 50 years, with major drivers of change and volatility found in our own Asia-Pacific region. New energy in the Australia's foreign policy portfolio coupled with an explicit commitment to diplomacy and statecraft after some years of neglect bodes well as the nation faces up to the immediate challenges. Yet more fundamental rethinking of Australia's international engagement narrative, priority strategies and underpinning value proposition is required over the long term. Through this discussion, Professor Caitlin Byrne will explore the limits, prospects, and opportunities for rethinking Australia's approach towards a dynamic region.
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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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