Episode 155 – Special Series – Understanding the US-China Rivalry w/ Prof. Jane Golley

We continue our special series on the US-China strategic competition this week by looking at Australia’s evolving foreign policy with Professor Jane Golley.

Professor Jane Golley is an economist at the Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University (ANU). Jane is an ANU graduate (BEc, Hons, 1993). Jane’s life-long interest in China began with a brief stint in the Asia Section of the Australian Commonwealth Treasury in 1993, before she left for the University of Oxford, where she wrote her Dphil thesis on ‘The Dynamics of Chinese Regional Development: Market Nature, State Nurture’.

Reading Recommendations:

– The China Choice by Hugh White
– Fear of Abandonment by Allan Gyngell
– No Enemies No Friends
– Six Faces of Globalization by Anthea Roberts