Australia and the Rules-Based International Order-The Way Ahead
Wednesday, 19 February 2020
In the rapidly changing Asia Pacific, Australia's normative influence as a middle power actor in international law stands to be recalibrated.
Australia's national interests are substantially co-dependent with broader international community values. A more candid, assertive and realistic appreciation of Australia's not inconsiderable 'power and authority' as a regional champion of the rules -based international order is to be advocated. Going forward, this ought manifest in Australia's state practice and regional reputation and leadership in key international law domains.
- Dr Michael Smith AM
- Dr Christopher Ward SC
|Date & Times||Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 5:15pm - 6:45pm|
|CPD Strand||Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure, and Evidence|
NSWBA Common Room, Selborne Chambers , B/174 Phillip St, Sydney