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Are we Still in the Asian Century?

The opening years of the 21st century seemed to herald the start of a new era. On the back of China's remarkable economic revitalisation, India's reforms, as well as the ongoing growth in South Korea, Taiwan, and ASEAN economies, many argued that the new century belonged to Asia. Is that still the case, or has the gloss come off the Asian century? Andrew Leigh (Shadow Assistant Treasurer and Federal Member for Fenner, Australia) talks to Professor Nick Bisley (Executive Director of Nick Bisley) about whether the concept still applies and what Asia's development will mean for Australia.

20 MIN2017 FEB 27
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Are we Still in the Asian Century?

Why Australia Will buy Submarines From Japan

Australia's Turnbull government has released a new defense white paper containing the affirmation of the purchase of 12 new submarines. There have been previous indications that these would come from Japan, but much has changed in both domestic and international politics in this time. Professor Nick Bisley (Executive Director, La Trobe Asia) tells Matt Smith why Japan will be the provider of Australia's submarines and the ripples it could make in international diplomacy. Follow Nick Bisley on Twitter: www.twitter.com/nickbisley Follow Matt Smith on Twitter: www.twitter.com/nightlightguy Copyright 2016 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Please contact for permissions.

15 MIN2016 FEB 25
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Why Australia Will buy Submarines From Japan

A Year of Abbott in Asia

During his first year of office, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has conducted a surprisingly energetic and focused foreign policy. He's visited a number of countries in the Asian region and furthered Australia's interests by signing fair trade agreements with Japan and South Korea, as well as making progress in relationships with both China and India. In this episode of Asia Rising, Professor Nick Bisley (La Trobe Asia, La Trobe University) speaks to host Matt Smith about Abbott's interactions with Asia in his first year of office.

18 MIN2014 SEP 19
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A Year of Abbott in Asia

Australia's Asylum Seeker Policy

Professor Mary Crock (Public Law, University of Sydney) on the Abbott Governmentâs approach and plans towards asylum seeker policy. Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

14 MIN2013 NOV 12
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Australia's Asylum Seeker Policy

Australia Decides 2013 #6: Australia Decided

The dust has settled, the votes have been counted, the sausages have been consumed. Tony Abbott is the victor, and will be sworn in as PM. Matt Smith hosts a podcast with guests Professor Nick Bisley and Vice-Chancellorâs Fellow Professor Robert Manne. Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

30 MIN2013 SEP 12
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Australia Decides 2013 #6: Australia Decided

Australia Decides 2013 #5: Game Over

The time is here! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Dr Gwenda Tavan (Politics, La Trobe University) to look at how the election will unfold in two days time. Does the lack of costings matter? Is this election about politics or people? Labor look to lose badly, but what will the final count be? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

27 MIN2013 SEP 5
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Australia Decides 2013 #5: Game Over

Australia Decides 2013 #4: Are we There Yet?

Are we there yet? Weâre almost there! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Nicholas Reece, former advisor to Julia Gillardm now at the Centre for Public Policy at the University of Melbourne. Is Tony Abbottâs approach of buying back boats from Indonesian fishermen effective in stopping people smuggling? What should the candidates be doing in the final week of the election campaign? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

25 MIN2013 AUG 29
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Australia Decides 2013 #4: Are we There Yet?

Australia Decides 2013 #3: Electile Dysfunction

We're at the halfway mark! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Fairfax journalist Daniel Flitton to discuss week three of the Australian election campaign. How is asylum seeker policy being handled? Will it have an impact on marginal seats? Who will the Paid Parental Leave benefit? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

23 MIN2013 AUG 22
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Australia Decides 2013 #3: Electile Dysfunction

Australia Decides 2013 #2: Suppository of Wisdom

The election campaign continues! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Emeritus Professor Judith Brett (Politics, La Trobe University) to discuss week two of the Australian election campaign. Will Tony Abbottâs gaffes make a difference either way? What are the odds that Adam Bandt can win the Melbourne seat? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

28 MIN2013 AUG 15
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Australia Decides 2013 #2: Suppository of Wisdom

Why Should Australia Give Foreign Aid?

Why should Australia increase foreign aid at a time when there is a major international debate about what will replace the Millennium Development Goals for relieving poverty and inequality? All sides of politics have committed to raise Australiaâs aid to 0.5% of Gross National Income, but this has already been postponed twice. A panel chaired by Emeritus Professor Dennis Altman, with Hon Matt Thistlethwaite (Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs and Parliamentary Secretary for Multicultural Affairs), Kelly O'Dwyer MP (Liberal Member for Higgins). Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

50 MIN2013 AUG 14
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Why Should Australia Give Foreign Aid?

Latest Episodes

Are we Still in the Asian Century?

The opening years of the 21st century seemed to herald the start of a new era. On the back of China's remarkable economic revitalisation, India's reforms, as well as the ongoing growth in South Korea, Taiwan, and ASEAN economies, many argued that the new century belonged to Asia. Is that still the case, or has the gloss come off the Asian century? Andrew Leigh (Shadow Assistant Treasurer and Federal Member for Fenner, Australia) talks to Professor Nick Bisley (Executive Director of Nick Bisley) about whether the concept still applies and what Asia's development will mean for Australia.

20 MIN2017 FEB 27
Comments
Are we Still in the Asian Century?

Why Australia Will buy Submarines From Japan

Australia's Turnbull government has released a new defense white paper containing the affirmation of the purchase of 12 new submarines. There have been previous indications that these would come from Japan, but much has changed in both domestic and international politics in this time. Professor Nick Bisley (Executive Director, La Trobe Asia) tells Matt Smith why Japan will be the provider of Australia's submarines and the ripples it could make in international diplomacy. Follow Nick Bisley on Twitter: www.twitter.com/nickbisley Follow Matt Smith on Twitter: www.twitter.com/nightlightguy Copyright 2016 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Please contact for permissions.

15 MIN2016 FEB 25
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Why Australia Will buy Submarines From Japan

A Year of Abbott in Asia

During his first year of office, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has conducted a surprisingly energetic and focused foreign policy. He's visited a number of countries in the Asian region and furthered Australia's interests by signing fair trade agreements with Japan and South Korea, as well as making progress in relationships with both China and India. In this episode of Asia Rising, Professor Nick Bisley (La Trobe Asia, La Trobe University) speaks to host Matt Smith about Abbott's interactions with Asia in his first year of office.

18 MIN2014 SEP 19
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A Year of Abbott in Asia

Australia's Asylum Seeker Policy

Professor Mary Crock (Public Law, University of Sydney) on the Abbott Governmentâs approach and plans towards asylum seeker policy. Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

14 MIN2013 NOV 12
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Australia's Asylum Seeker Policy

Australia Decides 2013 #6: Australia Decided

The dust has settled, the votes have been counted, the sausages have been consumed. Tony Abbott is the victor, and will be sworn in as PM. Matt Smith hosts a podcast with guests Professor Nick Bisley and Vice-Chancellorâs Fellow Professor Robert Manne. Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

30 MIN2013 SEP 12
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Australia Decides 2013 #6: Australia Decided

Australia Decides 2013 #5: Game Over

The time is here! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Dr Gwenda Tavan (Politics, La Trobe University) to look at how the election will unfold in two days time. Does the lack of costings matter? Is this election about politics or people? Labor look to lose badly, but what will the final count be? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

27 MIN2013 SEP 5
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Australia Decides 2013 #5: Game Over

Australia Decides 2013 #4: Are we There Yet?

Are we there yet? Weâre almost there! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Nicholas Reece, former advisor to Julia Gillardm now at the Centre for Public Policy at the University of Melbourne. Is Tony Abbottâs approach of buying back boats from Indonesian fishermen effective in stopping people smuggling? What should the candidates be doing in the final week of the election campaign? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

25 MIN2013 AUG 29
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Australia Decides 2013 #4: Are we There Yet?

Australia Decides 2013 #3: Electile Dysfunction

We're at the halfway mark! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Fairfax journalist Daniel Flitton to discuss week three of the Australian election campaign. How is asylum seeker policy being handled? Will it have an impact on marginal seats? Who will the Paid Parental Leave benefit? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

23 MIN2013 AUG 22
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Australia Decides 2013 #3: Electile Dysfunction

Australia Decides 2013 #2: Suppository of Wisdom

The election campaign continues! Professor Nick Bisley (Politics, La Trobe University) and Matt Smith are joined by Emeritus Professor Judith Brett (Politics, La Trobe University) to discuss week two of the Australian election campaign. Will Tony Abbottâs gaffes make a difference either way? What are the odds that Adam Bandt can win the Melbourne seat? Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

28 MIN2013 AUG 15
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Australia Decides 2013 #2: Suppository of Wisdom

Why Should Australia Give Foreign Aid?

Why should Australia increase foreign aid at a time when there is a major international debate about what will replace the Millennium Development Goals for relieving poverty and inequality? All sides of politics have committed to raise Australiaâs aid to 0.5% of Gross National Income, but this has already been postponed twice. A panel chaired by Emeritus Professor Dennis Altman, with Hon Matt Thistlethwaite (Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs and Parliamentary Secretary for Multicultural Affairs), Kelly O'Dwyer MP (Liberal Member for Higgins). Copyright 2013 La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

50 MIN2013 AUG 14
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Why Should Australia Give Foreign Aid?
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