The Meaning of the 2014 US Mid-Term Elections

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  • The Meaning of the 2014 US Mid-Term Elections

    The Meaning of the 2014 US Mid-Term Elections

    Republicans are on track to hold the House of Representatives and maybe even win back control of the Senate. However, whatever happens at the mid-term congressional elections, the reality is that both Democrats and Republicans remain in a foul mood. Polls consistently show that anywhere from 65 to 80 per cent of the American people think their nation is...

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  • Economic diplomacy in action: Australia’s flourishing partnership with South Korea

    Economic diplomacy in action: Australia’s flourishing partnership with South Korea

    While headlines focus on China, the US and Japan, Australia’s bilateral relationship with South Korea has been quietly thriving. The two nations share a strong commercial, political and strategic partnership underpinned by common values and interests. South Korea is an economic powerhouse: dynamic, innovative and trade-focussed. Driven by competitive...

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  • Sir Zelman Cowen Oration and Gala Dinner

     We cordially invite you to The Premier International Affairs Event of the Year The 2014 Sir Zelman Cowen Oration and Dinner delivered by Australia's Top Diplomat Mr Peter Varghese AO Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia's National Interests in a Challenging World 20 November 2014, 7pm for 7.30pm at The Australian...

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  • Festive Lunch: The United Kingdom and Australia in the Asia-Pacific Century

    Festive Lunch: The United Kingdom and Australia in the Asia-Pacific Century

    To conclude 2014, the Australian Institute of International Affairs Victoria is excited to host the United Kingdom’s High Commissioner to Australia, His Excellency Mr Paul Madden CMG for AIIAV’s end of year Festive Lunch as the keynote speaker. The High Commissioner will be completing his four year service in January 2015 and this event will provide...

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