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27/Mar Wednesday
Location: Sydney

Offensive cyber and the people who do it: an address by ASD Director-General, Mike Burgess

The Lowy Institute is pleased to host Mr Mike Burgess, director-general of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), for an address on ASD’s offensive cyber capabilities. Mr Burgess has served as the head of ASD since 4 January 2018, becoming the first director-general of ASD on 1 July 2018.
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:45 - End: 13:45
27/Mar Wednesday
Location: Canberra

Indonesia’s elections: democracy on trial - Lowy Institute at NGA (Canberra)

Next month, 190 million Indonesians will vote for their president and parliament in one of the largest single-day elections the world has ever seen. Incumbent President Joko Widodo and rival Prabowo Subianto are facing off in a replay of the bitterly-fought 2014 campaign.Indonesia has become a
Location: Canberra
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:15
28/Mar Thursday
Location: Sydney

Former National Security Adviser to George W. Bush - Stephen J. Hadley

Please join Lowy Institute Executive Director Dr Michael Fullilove for a conversation about global issues with Stephen J. Hadley, former National Security Adviser to President George W. Bush.Stephen Hadley is one of the most respected foreign policy makers in Washington, DC. He served for
Location: Sydney
Start: 17:45 - End: 19:00
28/Mar Thursday
Location: Melbourne

Indonesia’s elections: democracy on trial - Lowy Institute at NGV (Melbourne)

Next month, 190 million Indonesians will vote for their president and parliament in one of the largest single-day elections the world has ever seen. Incumbent President Joko Widodo and rival Prabowo Subianto are facing off in a replay of the bitterly-fought 2014 campaign.Indonesia has become a
Location: Melbourne
Start: 18:00 - End: 19:15
3/Apr Wednesday
Location: Sydney

Washington’s China realignment: In-conversation with Laura Rosenberger

The relationship between Washington and Beijing is increasingly competitive. The economic interdependence that once underwrote the relationship now undermines it. The two militaries are testing the other’s resolve in the Pacific Ocean. A new “space race” in technology – 5G, artificial
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:30 - End: 13:45
9/Apr Tuesday
Location: Sydney

Atrocities as the new normal

Following a succession of severe conflicts that have caused massive loss of life, dislocation and grave human rights violations, the task of the human rights movement today is a daunting one. Has the international community become resigned to irresolvable conflicts and human rights atrocities? Join
Location: Sydney
Start: 12:30 - End: 13:45

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