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Asia Pacific Week 2012

Asia Pacific Week 2012 - Session 1: The Asia Pacific Century

The opening panel will discuss what the Asian Century might mean and how the White Paper might address the implications for Australia.

Asia Pacific Week 2012 - Session 2: Statebuilding in the Arc of Instability

Panellists explore the issues of state building with reference to the island states that make up the “arc of instability” to Australia’s North East.

Asia Pacific Week 2012 - Session 3: The Strategic Consequences of the Changing Power Structure of the Asia-Pacific Region

The Asia-Pacific power structure is in flux, as new powers such as China and India have risen and are challenging US primacy in the region.

Asia Pacific Week 2012 - Session 5: Media in Asia: Celebrity, Sensationalism and Censorship

Panellists look at case studies that have captured the attention of media outlets and through popular culture in Indonesia, South Korea, Thailand and China.

Asia Pacific Week 2012: The Great Debate - Asia vs Europe

The Great Debate takes a lighthearted approach to whether the 21st Century belongs to Asia; focusing on entertaining as well as convincing arguments.

Asia Pacific Week 2012 - Session 6: Australian Aid in Asian Century

Does Australian aid have a future in the Asian century? Academics debate if Australia should continue to support Asia with aid or direct its aid elsewhere?

Asia Pacific Week 2012 - Session 9: Q and Asia

In the penultimate panel of Asia Pacific Week 2012 discuss questions pertaining to the Asia Pacific region and Australia’s place within it.

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