Griffith Asia Institute

Reimagining Japan-Australia Relations for a post-Covid World - Strengthening the Special Strategic Relationship
16 Sep

Reimagining Japan-Australia Relations for a post-Covid World - Strengthening the Special Strategic Relationship

After a deterioration of ties during World War 2, the Japan-Australia bilateral relationship picked up momentum soon after with the signing of the Australia Japan Commerce Agreement in 1957. This agreement was the catalyst to spark a mutually beneficial, long-standing economic partnership that has grown from the foundations of resources and agriculture, to robotics, renewable energy, and financial services.
Feeling the Heat
19 Aug

Feeling the Heat

Griffith University and Australian Foreign Affairs is pleased to invite you to the Australian Foreign Affairs latest issue, Feeling the Heat: Australia Under Climate Pressure, with special comments from the journal contributors.

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