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CEDA blog series: Global shifts and their impact on Australia

To coincide with the launch of the CEDA research report, Australia's place in the world, CEDA collated 10 blogs from leading business and academic experts to explore themes and ideas from the research including global economy, global governance and global security.

Have a read from the collection, featuring:

Skilling Australia’s Cyber Security Professionals
Professor Jill Slay, Australian Centre for Cyber Security, UNSW

Speaking Loudly and Carrying a Bullhorn: America and Global Governance in the Age of Trump
Dr Matthew Laing, Monash University

The shifting sands of free trade in a less than liberal order of global economy
Dr. Giovanni Di Lieto, Monash University

Once were worriers – Australia’s Asian Engagement since Federation
Tim Harcourt, The Airport Economist, J.W. Nevile Fellow in Economic UNSW

Opportunity hiding in plain sight
Andrew Parker, Partner, PWC

Global governance and the Asia Pacific region
Associate Professor Susan Harris Rimmer, Griffith Law School, Griffith University 

Australia and Global Governance
Dr Benjamin Zala

Impact of China on Commodity Exporters
Dr. Aripta Chatterjee, University of New South Wales

There’s no ‘I’ in cyber
Steve Ingram, Partner, PwC 

The Belt and Road Initiative: understanding the geopolitical and geo-economic logic of China’s “New Silk Roads”
Dr Michael Clarke 

About the authors

Andrew Stevens

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