Geopolitics

Australian Agriculture in a Geopolitical Maelstrom

The strong international focus of Australian agriculture drives growth opportunities, but also exposes the sector to significant geopolitical risk.

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Erosion of international institutions a major challenge to managing and responding to global concerns

The 2020 World Economic Forum (WEF) identified the erosion of international institutions as a major challenge to managing and responding to pressing global concerns.

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UK elections, global lessons

The UK election is on today and the overhanging issue of Brexit is making this battle between Conservative Tories and the Labour Party enthralling viewing.

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The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – what happened and what’s next?

All trade deals are challenging, but the current global geopolitical climate means the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is more challenging than others.

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Chief Economist Brendan Rynne’s quarterly economic update

Geopolitical risks are increasingly impacting the outlook of the global economy.

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Growth in a G-Zero World

Re-engineered businesses can provide not only a stronger sense of purpose, but are also more sustainable growth in the longer term.

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G7 Biarritz: What did we learn?

The G7, made up of leaders from France, Germany, the UK, Italy, Japan, Canada and the US, like many other global governance institutions, is not and has never been perfect.

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