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Roland Rajah
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The Lowy Institute Nov 14
"Australia has the potential to be an economic superpower of the future post-carbon world." | Professor Ross Garnaut in his new book, 'Superpower: Australia’s low-carbon opportunity.' On 20 Nov, join us for a conversation with Prof Garnaut +
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The Lowy Institute Oct 31
The Pacific Aid Map is an analytical tool that collates and analyses data on all aid projects in the Pacific. Join , and in Canberra on Nov 13 to discuss their findings:
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Reconnecting Asia Oct 28
New report by , suggests that China will need to restructure its lending approach for infrastructure development to be more in line with the multilateral development banks if it wants to remain a primary development financier in the Pacific.
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The Lowy Institute Oct 26
The real danger at this point, is not excessive debt but the risk of poor management and governance problems that can often accompany Chinese aid. This is what requires attention. | 's for the
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Samm Sacks Oct 23
Zuckerberg is setting up a scenario where “either Facebook will be allowed to do what it thinks is right or China’s model is going to take over the world....that shouldn’t be an excuse to avoid legitimate democratic oversight” excellent comments by
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Alex Oliver Oct 21
. is hiring a new Research Editor. If you're an experienced (4 years) editor in publishing, academe or news, looking for full-time work at this highly regarded foreign policy think tank based in Sydney, apply here:
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Reconnecting Asia Oct 21
Chinese investments in the Pacific may not yet rise to the level of “debt-trap diplomacy,” but issues related to debt sustainability will likely arise in the absence of improved standards concludes in a new report.
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Roland Rajah Oct 21
Cheers Ali.
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Ali Wyne Oct 21
The continues to produce rich, nuanced, and data-driven analysis of the Asia-Pacific's evolution. Here's the conclusion of an important new assessment by , , and .
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The Lowy Institute Oct 20
“The sheer scale of China’s lending and its lack of strong institutional mechanisms to protect the debt sustainability of borrowing countries poses clear risks,” the Lowy Institute said in a report released Monday." via
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Alex Oliver Oct 20
On China's lending practices in the Pacific: “an infrastructure arms race could exacerbate debt sustainability problems”: covers new analysis by |
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Alex Oliver Oct 20
Very comprehensive piece from in the on the new analysis released today on China's lending practices in the Pacific via
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Michael Fullilove Oct 20
New report disputes Chinese 'debt-trap diplomacy' claims
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Dan Ikenson Oct 20
Good piece by et al, but just as US gets virtually nothing if China unable to declare “developing” status, China gets virtually nothing by insisting on it. WTO must get beyond this issue.
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Roland Rajah Oct 20
Ocean of debt? Check out our latest analysis looking at whether China is engaged in ‘debt trap’ diplomacy in the . Using data from the . Together with and
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Alex Oliver Oct 20
China's loans to the Pacific don't technically qualify as debt trap diplomacy yet, but there are real risks soon - Michelle Grattan's thoughts on new ⁦⁩ analysis by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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The Lowy Institute Sep 3
Globalisation expert argues that the inhuman speed of the next wave of globalisation threatens to overwhelm our capacity to adapt. Join us next Wednesday to hear him speak with about his new book, 'The Globotics Upheaval'
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Richard Baldwin Aug 31
_icymi1 In Sydney on 11 Sep? | Please join me at the Lowy Institute on my new book | "The Globotics Upheaval: Globalisation, Robotics, and the Future of Work" | Register here: |
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Roland Rajah Aug 7
Trumpian currency intervention is a bigger risk than China weaponising the renminbi. My latest post. via
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Roland Rajah Jun 25
An excellent dissection here by my colleague John Edwards on how sense might prevail in the US-China trade war and the implications if not. Well worth a read before the summit
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