SYDNEY, 15 March 2013 – The big-picture roadmap presented in the Australia in the Asian Century White Paper had been well received in Asia, Asialink’s CEO Jenny McGregor told the ABC’s Business Today program.
MELBOURNE, 7 March 2013 - Australia’s geographical location was an advantage but no guarantee of success in the Asian Century, the Minister for Finance and Deregulation, Senator Penny Wong, told an Asialink Business Lunch.
MELBOURNE, 13 November 2012 – Two of Australia’s next generation of foreign policymakers went head to head at an Asialink debate presented with ABC Australia Network’s Newsline program.
MELBOURNE, 9 November - 'Exciting times' are ahead for Australia-China relations, said Australian Ambassador to China, H.E. Frances Adamson in a recent address in Melbourne.
SYDNEY, 26 October 2012 – Senator the Hon Bob Carr, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade has launched the PwC Melbourne Institute Asialink Index as part of his appearance at the annual Asialink Chairman’s Lunch.
SYDNEY, 8 October 2012 – Myanmar’s recent period of reform is an “unambiguously good story”, said Australian expert A/Prof Sean Turnell at the launch of Asialink’s Australia Myanmar Business Taskforce.
MELBOURNE, 25 September 2012 – Former Prime Minister of Australia The Right Honorable Malcolm Fraser AC CH has questioned the nature of Australia’s relationship with the United States in a broad-ranging speech to an audience of over 400.
YANGON, February 2012 – Asialink’s signature Track II diplomacy initiative, The Conversations, were this year held in Yangon, Myanmar. More than 40 delegates from 12 countries attended the event, which comes in the context of a wave of democratic reform in Myanmar.
YANGON, February 4 2012 – Asialink’s signature Track II diplomacy initiative, The Conversations, were this year held in Yangon, Myanmar. More than 40 delegates from 12 countries attended the event, which come in the context of a wave of democratic reform in Myanmar.
MELBOURNE, 28 November 2011 - Australia has vastly more to gain than to lose from the rise of China, India and the rest of emerging Asia, says The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP, Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband.