Australia-Southeast Asia Relations: The Post COVID-19 Regional Order
La Trobe Asia Policy Brief #5 - Launch
- Wednesday 07 July 2021 05:30 pm until Wednesday 07 July 2021 07:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- La Trobe Asia
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The relationship between Australia and Southeast Asian countries has grown substantially in the last decade, from a marriage of convenience to the development of regional agendas, strategic partnerships and shared economic interests.
A global pandemic has shifted priorities, and vaccine diplomacy throughout the region has both shifted and strengthened existing allegiances. Has Australia's actions during the pandemic helped or hindered relationships with Southeast Asian nations? What will the post-COVID-19 regional order of Southeast Asia look like?
- Professor Caitlyn Byrne, Director, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University,
- Chen Chen Lee, Advisor (Diplomacy) to Asialink
- Dr Huong Le Thu, Senior Analyst, The Australian Strategic Policy Institute
- Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Policy Fellow, Perth USAsia Centre
Chair: Dr Bec Strating, Executive Director at La Trobe Asia
Join us online for this launch event.
This publication is a product of a fruitful online academic dialogue held in February 2021 in collaboration between La Trobe Asia, Asia Centre, Centre for Strategic and International Studies Indonesia, Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia, Griffith Asia Institute, Asialink, Perth US-Asia Centre and Generate Worldwide. It was proudly supported by the Australia-ASEAN council.
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