In this episode with Associate Professor Alexey Muraviev of Curtin University, we discuss the role that Russia plays in the Pacific, the ways in which soft and hard power can be asserted, and why we should never forget that Russia never gave up its title of super-power.
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In this week’s episode, Allan and Darren discuss Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's recent foreign policy speech, the results from the latest Lowy Institute poll of the Australian public’s attitudes towards foreign policy and international affairs and, finally, the seemingly gloomy outcomes of the G20 Leaders’ Summit, although Darren seeks a glimmer of optimism from game theory.
In Episode 20 of the Australia in the World podcast, Allan and Darren discuss Trump's restrictions on the sale of technology to Huawei, and what this means for US-China competition. They then pivot to PNG, and reflect upon four election results. Finally, Allan remembers Prime Minister Bob Hawke.
In this episode of the AIIA VIC’s Dyason House podcast, Dr Ben Wellings discusses how the support for an Anglosphere — which is based on a particular memory of empire — helps explain what caused Brexit in the first place, and how Euro-scepticism as a political project is not “protectionist” but rather “hyper-globalist”.