07 June 2004
Power Shift: Challenges for Australia in Northeast Asia
By Professor William Tow, Associate Professor Russell Trood
The balance of power and influence in Northeast Asia is undergoing some fundamental shifts.
As a region vital to Australia's interests, there are some opportunities as well as more than a few risks.
This publication, prepared by Professor William Tow and Associate Professor Russell Trood, sets out some of the important trends emerging in the region, how they might affect Australia, and what might be done to secure our future.
This paper is the product of our Outreach program, and specifically, our project to engage Australia's university sector in some of the critical strategic policy issues facing us over the coming few years.