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Dr Kang Choi, Vice President of Asan Institute for Policy Studies, delivers some brief remarks to open the first session of the Korea Policy Dialogue in Brisbane, Queensland on 29 December 2014. The discussion during the first session focused on the strategic environment in the Asia-Pacific.

The event was hosted by the Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Korea Foundation, and held at the Queensland Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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Dr Hyun-seok Yu, President of the Korea Foundation, delivers his opening address to delegates of the Korea Policy Dialogue in Brisbane, Queensland on 29 December 2014.

The event was hosted by the Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Korea Foundation, and held at the Queensland Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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H.E. Mr Bong-hyun Kim, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, speaks on the relationship between Australia and Korea in his opening address to delegates of the Korea Policy Dialogue in Brisbane, Queensland on 29 December 2014.

The event was hosted by the Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Korea Foundation, and held at the Queensland Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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Geoffrey Ewing, President of the Queensland Branch of the AIIA, delivers his opening remarks to delegates of the Korea Policy Dialogue in Brisbane, Queensland on 29 December 2014.

The event was hosted by the Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Korea Foundation, and held at the Queensland Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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A comprehensive global solution is required for combating climate change. The growing demand for energy and the need for new ways to produce and use energy are key challenges to face the consequences of climate change. With the EU and Asia comprising a large part of the world’s population from both developed and developing countries, this public forum brings together experts from these socially and politically diverse regions.

This event was presented by the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) in collaboration with the University of Melbourne EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges, the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute and the Australian-German College of Climate & Energy Transitions.

Speakers: Prof Tim Flannery, Prof Wang Run, Prof Ross Garnaut, Mr Scott Wyatt, Ms Cathy Alexander.

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Dinner address given at the international expert workshop on Australia, Asia, Europe and Climate Change by Associate Professor Malte Meinshausen, School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia and Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Berlin, Germany on 17/11/2014.

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Ukraine and the Limits of Politics presented by Professor Jan Pakulski, Dr Matthew Sussex and Dr Matt Killingsworth.

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John Garnaut, distinguished North Asia correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald, and author of recently published The Rise and Fall of the House of Bo, talks with Colin Chapman NSW president of the AIIA and Professor Kerry Brown, executive director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. Colin asked him first about when Xi and Bo were close comrades.

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Anthony Billingsley talking with Colin Chapman on the crises in Egypt and Syria, and the ongoing talks between Iran and the United States. Dr Billingsley, just back from a six-month spell in the region, is a senior lecturer in international relations at the University of NSW. He has a doctorate in Arab constitutional law, and is a former officer with the Office of National Assessments.

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As the foreign minister, Julie Bishop considers whether to scrap the Australia Network, ABC International CEO Lynley Marshall talks to NSW president Colin Chapman about the plans for the Network, Radio Australia and the fast expanding on-line services. Lynley tells of plans for a new business program led by Channel 7's David Koch.

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