8.30am - 5pm 




Time Program
8.30 am Registration
9 am Acknowledgement of Country
9.15 am Welcoming remarks from John Wright, Managing Director, MacArthur Museum
9.20 am Welcome from Carolyn Evans, Vice Chancellor, Griffith University
9.30 am
  1. Lt Gen (ret) John Sanderson, Former Head of UN forces in Cambodia, Chief of Army, WA Governor
  2. “The Challenges for Australian Defence in a Changing Strategic Landscape”
10.15 am Morning Tea
10.45 am

Strategic Context

  1. Professor Peter Dean, Director, UWA Defence and Security Program
  2. "MacArthur’s Coalition: lessons for the alliance today."
  1. Professor Caitlin Byrne Director, Griffith Asia Institute
  2. “Competing Strategic Narratives: yesterday, today and tomorrow”

Chair: Claire Moore, Queensland President, UNAA, former Queensland Senator

12.10 pm Lunch
1 pm

The UN, ANZUS and the 'Rules Based International Order'

  1. Professor Sampford, Foundation Dean of Law and Director, Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law
  2. ANZUS and the Rules Based International Order”
  1. Professor Ramesh Thakur, Emeritus Professor, ANU.
  2. Former UN Assistant Secretary and Senior Vice Rector, United Nations University

Chair: The Hon Colin Forrest, SC

2.30 pm Afternoon tea
3 pm

Australian, Indian and Chinese Perspectives

  1. Professor Zhiqun Zhu, Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Bucknell University
  2. "Shifting Global Powers: what can and should Australia do if the US-China relationship intensifies?"
  1. Sonia Arakkal Policy Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre
  2. “India's Approach to Strategic Autonomy: lessons for Australia?”
  1. Professor the Hon Bob Carr Former NSW Premier, Senator and Foreign Minister, Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS
  2. "ANZUS and the Taiwan Strait: from Menzies to Morrison"

Chair: Professor Mary Keyes Director, Law Futures Centre

5 pm Conference closes

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