Griffith University and Peking University in collaboration with the Queensland Government have established a future oriented partnership between Australia and China. The China-Australia relationship is today characterized by a desire on both sides to inject greater depth into exchanges of information and knowledge, as well as by the shared goal of promoting enhanced understanding between the two countries. But greater dialogue is required to ensure that major opportunities for cooperation are exploited and that potential areas of misunderstanding are avoided.
This year the Leaders Lecture and Second Track Dialogues are being held in Beijing from September 24th to 26th. The theme of this years dialogues will be ‘The Australia-China Relationship at Forty: Building a Pathway for the Future.’