A China Reset?
This event will take place in-person and online
- Tuesday 07 June 2022 05:30 pm until Tuesday 07 June 2022 06:30 pm (Add to calendar)
- La Trobe Asia
- Presented by:
- La Trobe Asia
- Type of Event:
- Public Lecture; Public
For the first time in nearly a decade Australia is lead by a Labor government. While Labor stuck closely to the coalition’s China policy during the election campaign, a change in leadership provides a good chance to re-evaluate how Australia approaches China.
Australia and China's relationship is at a relative low point, bought on by years of antagonistic language, trade disputes, concerns over foreign interference, and competition for regional influence.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his team face these challenges and more, with the expectations of both domestic voters and international security partners. Will the Labor Government seek to ‘reset’ the relationship? Will they shift the mood on the China debate? And do they want to?
- H. E. Mr Kevin Magee - Former ambassador and diplomat, Honorary in Department of Politics, Media and Philosophy at La Trobe University
- Professor Nick Bisley - Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University
- Dan Hu - Research Fellow, Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Melbourne
- Kate Clayton - Research Officer, La Trobe Asia
Associate Professor Bec Strating, Director, La Trobe Asia
This panel will be in-person, but will be streamed via zoom for participants unable to attend in person.
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Room 2.11, Level 2
360 Collins Street Melbourne
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