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  • Book launch and discussion: Islamic State in Australia by Dr Rodger Shanahan

    WHERE:   Lowy Institute

    WHEN:   2/9/2023 6:00:00 PM - 2/9/2023 7:00:00 PM

    Join us for the launch of Islamic State in Australia (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2023) by Middle East expert and Lowy Institute Nonresident Fellow Dr Rodger Shanahan

  • Book launch and discussion: Helpem Fren by Michael Wesley

    WHERE:   Lowy Institute

    WHEN:   3/14/2023 12:30:00 PM - 3/14/2023 1:30:00 PM

    Join us for the launch of Helpem Fren: Australia and the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (MUP 2023) by Australian foreign policy expert and former Lowy Institute Executive Director Professor Michael Wesley.

  • Paradigm shift? Australia, AUKUS and the Defence Strategic Review

    WHERE:   Lowy Institute

    WHEN:   3/23/2023 12:30:00 PM - 3/23/2023 1:30:00 PM

    The announcement of Australia’s preferred technology pathway for the acquisition of nuclear-powered submarines has been described as the most significant shift in the country’s strategic outlook since the Second World War.

  • The Year Ahead: What 2023 holds for Australia in the world (Melbourne)

    WHERE:   Clemenger Auditorium, National Gallery of Victoria

    WHEN:   2/6/2023 6:15:00 PM - 2/6/2023 7:15:00 PM

    The Lowy Institute invites you to this popular annual panel discussion with Institute experts on the key issues likely to dominate the international agenda in 2023.

  • The Russia–Ukraine war: where to now?

    WHERE:   Lowy Institute

    WHEN:   3/9/2023 12:30:00 PM - 3/9/2023 1:30:00 PM

    As we enter the second year of the Russia–Ukraine conflict, join us for a conversation with two compelling speakers about what 2023 will bring.

  • Women and foreign policy: Perspectives from the Lowy Institute

    WHERE:   Lowy Institute

    WHEN:   3/7/2023 6:00:00 PM - 3/7/2023 7:00:00 PM

    Over the past decade, there has been more emphasis on gender in foreign policy and national security. What does this mean? Should foreign policy be a vehicle for the promotion of gender equality and how is that in Australia’s interest? How are women in foreign policy and national security leadership positions making an impact on the world stage? And are we witnessing a global backlash against women’s rights?