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The Trump Administration's First 100 Days: What should Asia do?

Experts from across The Australian National University’s College of Asia & the Pacific have been watching and assessing the impact of Trump on the Asia Pacific during the first hundred days of his Presidency.

The result is a collection of essays that provide a fascinating and varied portrait of how the new Administration has affected the world’s most dynamic region, and how the region is likely to react.

This collection, The Trump Administration’s First 100 Days: What Should Asia Do?, was launched at a special National Press Club Address featuring three of the University’s preeminent experts – Professor Michael Wesley, Dr Jane Golley and Professor Warwick McKibbin.

Interviews with the experts

Dr Shiro Armstrong: uncertainties in global trade
Professor Bates Gill: US-Chinese relations
Dr Jane Golley: a new era of geoeconomics
Professor Frank Jotzo: Trump’s approach to climate change
Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki: the potential for conflict on the Korean Peninsula
Professor Michael Wesley: security concerns in the Asia Pacific region


Professor Rory Medcalf
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India: How the elephant got its Trump

Dr Anthony Bergin, Dr David Brewster and Professor Rory Medcalf

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