July 2022

05
Jul
2022

China & ANU at 75

Exhibition

Exhibition Dates

5–29 July 2022

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 9am–5pm
Selected weekends: Saturday 23 July, 11am-3pm

Gallery

Australian Centre on China in the World
Building 188, Fellows Lane
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601

The original ANU Oriental Studies building, 1965. Image: ANU Archives.
07
Jul
2022

The Biden Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and Its Implications for the Region

Seminar

This event is hybrid (in-person and online).

The Biden administration’s policy toward the Indo-Pacific region is taking shape now, with the release of the Indo-Pacific Strategy in February 2022, Biden’s launching of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework on May 23, and the much anticipated China speech by Secretary of State Blinken on May 26.

Joe Biden and Antony Blinken, QUAD
28
Jul
2022

What is China’s Maritime Power?

ANU China Seminar Series

It has been a decade since 2012 when China has set the national goal of ‘constructing a strong maritime state’ (建设海洋强国). However, the government has introduced all-encompassing maritime policies, claiming that they all play a part in the building of maritime power. Therefore, it is still unclear to us of what China’s maritime power is exactly about.

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