In a more uncertain world, Australia’s leaders will be compelled to make difficult decisions.
The post war international order has truly come to an end. The international system has become increasingly characterised by strategic competition between China and the United States. Australia retains the unique position of both of its political parties rejecting a populist agenda. In the face of growing bipolarity and uncertainty, Australian leaders will soon be faced with difficult decisions.
Allan Gyngell AO FAIIA was appointed the National President of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) in September 2017, having previously been named a Fellow of the AIIA in 2010.
Interview by Flavia Bellieni Zimmermann.
Video and editing by Nancye Miles-Tweedie.