Forthcoming IssueAFA10 - October 2020
Friends, Allies and Enemies
Asia’s Shifting Loyalties
Friends, Allies and Enemies looks at Australia’s diplomatic options as loyalties shift in an increasingly turbulent region.
- Head of the National Security College at the Australian National University Rory Medcalf on the past, present and future of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue.
- Emeritus professor of strategic studies Hugh White on how Australia’s alliances will fare in an Asia shaped by pandemics and power rivalries.
- The Saturday Paper’s chief political correspondent Karen Middleton on the most effective way to reboot Australia’s diplomatic efforts in Asia at a tumultuous time.
- Director of foreign policy and defence at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney Ashley Townshend on how and why Australia should lead an international initiative to counter disinformation.
- Former foreign correspondent on Asia Patrick Lawrence on the changing role and the long-term future of US alliances in the Asia-Pacific.
- Associate professor in American politics Tim Lynch on George Friedman’s The Storm Before the Calm and where the United States is heading.
- Postdoctoral research associate at the University of Sydney Sophie Chao on John Martinkus’s The Road and the West Papuan independence movement.
- Professor of economics at the Australian National University Renée Fry-McKibbin on Branko Milanovic’s Capitalism, Alone and the future of capitalism in the West.
- Financial Times journalist Primrose Riordan on Hong Kong’s new security law and Antony Dapiran’s City on Fire: The Fight for Hong Kong.
- PLUS Correspondence on AFA9: Spy vs Spy.
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