The latest news about the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre.
28 November, 2013
In front of a capacity audience at the Sydney Opera House, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi last night delivered her first public address in Australia after receiving honorary doctorates from the University of Sydney and the University of Technology, Sydney.
27 November, 2013
Address by Vice-Chancellor Dr Michael Spence at the honorary degree ceremony for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
26 November, 2013
Australia-Indonesia relations have managed to withstand several serious diplomatic crises over the years, from Australia's involvement in East Timor through to the issues of Papuan asylum seekers and differing attitudes towards Indonesian-based people smugglers. However, the current tensions caused by revelations of Australia's intelligence gathering activities in Jakarta are being played out on a rapidly shifting, and largely unchartered geopolitical canvas.
2013 news releases
- Bob Carr navigates Australia's relationship with China and the US on issues in Southeast Asia (25 November)
- Prime Minister launches Australia-Indonesia Centre (13 November)
- University of Sydney proud to honour Aung San Suu Kyi (05 November)
- Australia's best export market may be right on its doorstep: ASEAN (30 October)
- Professorial Fellowship for Senator Bob Carr (23 October)
- Postcard from Timor Leste (17 October)
- Experts discuss progress towards ASEAN goals (11 October)
- The politics of brinksmanship: Abbott heads to Indonesia (30 September)
- Reverse Colombo needs cash to match Asia ambitions - Groundwork must be done for the plan to succeed (18 September)
- Learning together in Timor-Leste (06 August)
- Postcard from Thailand: deconstructing urbanisation (11 July)
- An Indonesia strategy in search of a commitment (10 July)
- How Sydney helped uncover Angkor's hidden history (27 June)
- University strengthens its links with Laos (12 June)
- Sydney Law School leads successful constitutional talks in Myanmar (15 May)
- Sydney Law School leads constitutional discussions in Myanmar (03 May)