Following April’s successful Sectoral Policy Workshop on the topic of the rules-based international order, the Australian Institute of International Affairs has published a range of long-form articles authored by some of the workshop’s key speakers.
Featured articles include:
- EU and Australia: Like-Minded Partners Facing Challenges Together, by Gunnar Wiegand
- The EU-Australia Relationship in Light of Current EU Priorities, by Dr Fabian Zuleeg
- Australia’s Response to America’s Uncertain Role, by Dr Elsina Wainwright
- Threats to a Rules-Based International Order by Quentin Peel
- Whose Rules? In Which Order? by Dr Carl Ungerer
- In Defence of the International Law-Based Order by Professor Shirley Scott
- When the US Shoots Itself in the Foot by Bruno Hellendorff
- An Inclusive Rules-Based International Order by Emeritus Professor Richard Rigby
The workshop, based in Brussels, brought together a total of 28 European and Australian participants to develop a set a recommendations in advance of the official EU-Australia Strategic/Security Dialogue.
The event was the second in a planed series of four sectoral policy workshops organised by the EUALF project. Click here for information on past and upcoming workshops.