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U.S.-Australian Dialogue: Partners in the Asia Pacific
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the University of Southern California (USC) cordially invite you to attend the US-Australian Dialogue: Partners in the Asia Pacific
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the University of Southern California (USC) cordially invite you to attend the US-Australian Dialogue: Partners in the Asia Pacific on Tuesday, 14 January, 2014 at the USC Ronald Tutor Campus Centre, Los Angeles CA.
The aim of the Dialogue is to explore how Australia and the US are working as partners in the Asia-Pacific to ensure a prosperous and thriving Asian region. Asia’s rise is the defining feature of the 21st century. The pace of the political and economic ascent of the region is unparalleled and comes at a time when global partnerships have never been more important. The pace of the political and economic ascent of the region is unparalleled and comes at a time when global partnerships have never been more important. By 2025, Asia will not only be the world’s largest producer of goods and services, it will also be home to the majority of the world’s middle class.
Conference Sessions Include:
· The US-Australia alliance in an Asia-Pacific context
· How to grow regional trade through the Trans-Pacific Partnership
· US-China-Australia political and strategic issues
· Business and investment opportunities emerging from Asia’s expanding middle class.
· Kim Beazley, Australian Ambassador to the United States
· Robert Hill, former Australian Defence Minister and former Australian Ambassador to the United Nations
· Dan Lynch, School of International Relations, USC
· Representative Ed Royce, US House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman (Invited)
· California Governor Jerry Brown (Invited)
Space is limited for this exclusive event so please register today – REGISTER HERE
This event is part of Australia's 11th annual G'Day USA program of events. G’DAY USA is an annual program of events designed to showcase Australian business, tourism and policy capabilities in the USA – Australia’s key ally and largest trading and investment partner.
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