Twitter | Search | |
The Lowy Institute
The Lowy Institute is a leading global think tank that looks at the world from Australia’s perspective.
46,765
Tweets
1,785
Following
61,086
Followers
Tweets
The Lowy Institute 38m
"Domestically, Jokowi leans the other way, talking of the need for Indonesia to 'stand on its own feet' and reduce its reliance on imports." Lowy Institute's writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 39m
A diplomatic step-up to match our military step-up | Dave Sharma
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 2h
"As another saying goes: those who live in glass houses should not throw stones." Lowy Institute's writes for
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 3h
Despite the justifications, Australia’s plan to acquire long-range missiles won’t make the country or the region safer. Dr Tanya Ogilvie-White of writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 3h
Philippines government driving jeepneys off the road | Michael Beltran
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 4h
How do Australians view China and the USA? Watch this conversation between and International Editor Peter Hartcher on the findings of the 2020 Lowy Institute Poll. Chaired by
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 5h
"A renewed effort at people-to-people engagement – previously a strength of the bilateral relationship – would help facilitate and reconnect the breadth of the relationship and the possibilities." writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 6h
Register to join the next Lowy Institute online event with three eminent Chinese economists: Xu Xiaonian of , of and Dr Wang Jiao of Hosted by this Wednesday.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 7h
The brakes on Beijing’s ambition | Henry Storey
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 20h
Subscribe to the Lowy Institute on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or SoundCloud for updates on our latest podcasts, including The Director's Chair with and COVIDcast on the
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 21h
There is little evidence Jokowi sees trade deals as a way to drive liberalising domestic economic reforms at home. Lowy Institute's writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 22h
“Matching its success in containing the pandemic with success in constraining long-term unemployment is Australia’s next big challenge, and one no less formidable than the pandemic itself.” Lowy Institute Senior Fellow John Edwards
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute retweeted
Michael Fullilove 22h
Here’s the video of ’s centenary event with think tank heads, chaired by and including and many others. My remarks start at about the 23 minute mark:
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 23h
Positive public feelings towards Tokyo show how Canberra can move beyond a narrow focus on security ties. writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute 24h
How are Australians' attitudes to the world and international relations changing? Watch this conversation between and International Editor Peter Hartcher on the findings of the 2020 Lowy Institute Poll. Chaired by
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute Jul 11
For India, a negative strategic change also has occurred: China no longer confronts a hostile Russia on its northern border. Christopher Snedden writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute Jul 11
For the first time, compare all sixteen years of Lowy Institute Poll data in one place.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute Jul 11
"Short of all-out war, or perhaps an Indian Ocean equivalent of the Cuban Missile crisis, any attempt to interfere with trade would be subject to massive pushback from countries around the world." Dr David Brewster of writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute Jul 11
The Lowy Institute's will discuss the prospects for China’s economy and the debate inside the government on possible stimulus measures with eminent economists, Xu Xiaonian of , of & Dr Wang Jiao of
Reply Retweet Like
The Lowy Institute Jul 11
"The US technology war with China, by a combination of both default and design, is pulling Taiwan closer into the orbit of the United States." Kate Sullivan-Walker writes for The Interpreter.
Reply Retweet Like