Australia and the Rules-Based International Order-The Way Ahead


Continuing Professional Development - Wednesday 19 February

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. Presented by Dr Michael Smith AM and chaired by Christopher Ward SC. Learn more here.

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