In their new @devintellab report, #AP4D Founding Co-convenors Richard Moore & @bridirice (w/ @madeleinejflint) identify key lessons and practical steps to improve the effectiveness and impact of Australia's #development program.
👇Explore their findings👇
#AP4D's 2023-24 Pre-budget submission recommends three areas for investment to help bring the Government’s vision of integrated #statecraft to fruition.
Read the full submission at https://asiapacific4d.com/2023-24-prebudget-submission/.
Does the recent 🇦🇺 bipartisan delegation to the #Pacific mark the beginning of a generational partnership with the region? #AP4D Program Officer @tombrbr writes for @devpolicy.
"Australia’s level of attention must remain clear, consistent and coherent."
#AP4D Advisory Group member @JoanneEWallis features in this @9DashLine piece on the prospects of #PacificIsland agency in 2023.
"We are likely to see regional partners show greater interest in prioritising Pacific Island countries’ interests and platforming Pacific perspectives."
9DASHLINE asks several experts for their assessment of the prospects for Pacific Island agency in 2023 international politics, especially beyond the 'big power influence' by the US and China that has so often been written about in 2022. https://bit.ly/3WCvtbX
On the latest episode of the @AIIANational Australia in the World podcast, #AP4D Advisory Group member Allan Gyngell & co-host @limdarrenj reflect on the previous year in 🇦🇺 #ForeignAffairs and touch on recent developments, including @AlboMP's #PNG visit.
Ep. 108: PM in PNG; duelling ambassadors; reviewing 2022 | Australia in the World
To kick off 2023, Allan and Darren continue their practice of asking how the events of previous year caused them...
Writing for the @LowyInstitute Interpreter, #AP4D Executive Director @MConleytyler revisits former @dfat Secretary Peter Varghese's 2013 algebraic formulation for Australian #ForeignPolicy and considers its contemporary relevance.
An enduring formula for Australian foreign policy
Relationships, forums and neighbours are still a winning combination for Canberra on the global stage.