Melissa Conley Tyler
Director, Asialink Diplomacy
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Australia’s Unsung COVID-19 Heroes: The Diplomats
The pandemic has changed the way Australia’s diplomats engage with Asia.
Partnerships for Recovering Australia’s Influence
On 29 May, the Australian government launched an international development policy, Partnerships for Recovery, that sets out a framework for Australia’s development efforts to address the challenges of COVID-19 in the Indo-Pacific.
Track II Diplomacy in Solving Asia’s Refugee Crisis
This year’s Asia Dialogue on Forced Migration (ADFM) has shown the region needs effective refugee and migrant policy - and highlighted the important role of non-official actors in diplomacy, writes Melissa Conley Tyler and Tiffany Liu.
Indigenous Diplomats and Australia-Asia Engagement
This week is National Reconciliation Week: the perfect time to reflect on the value of Indigenous cultures in Australian diplomacy and Australia-Asia engagement.
Was 2020 Australia's Peak?
This week, 12 years ago, a thousand of the nation’s best and brightest gathered in Canberra for newly-elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s Australia 2020 Summit.