All eyes on Obama in Asia
ABC TV Breakfast
Obama's week-long trip to Asia will be watched closely by countries around the region, especially China. Centre CEO Bates Gill discusses what to expect from the visit and it's importance in the larger context of the pivot to the region.
Future Cities Collaborative
The Future Cities Collaborative welcomes Californian urban development expert, Michael Dieden to Centre on 29 April to discuss the transformation of cities into connected communities that are sustainable, liveable and public transport friendly.
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Focusing America's attention on Asia
The New York Times
With Obama in Asia this week, America's allies will be looking for answers from the Preisdent about the state of the pivot. New York Times editorial board member and Centre guest Carol Giacomo says the region deserves the attention.
Behavioural Exchange 2014
International Behavioural Insights Conference
The world’s first global behavioural insights conference will bring expert academics and practitioners from around the world to Sydney.
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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
Barack Obama's visit to Asia will be an important diplomatic effort to advance trade negotiations and calm allies in the region over territorial disputes with China. Visiting professor Linda Jakobson looks at the substance behind the trip.
Associate professor Brendon O'Connor looks at how Obama is likely to navigate the balance between reassuring allies and placating China in the presidential trip to Asia.