REFLECTIONS OF AN AUSTRALIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE US DURING THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

2022-05-18T15:22:21+10:0013 April 2022|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Donald Trump's unconventional presidency turned politics and diplomatic relations in Washington DC on its head. When The Hon Joe Hockey, former Australian federal Treasurer, found himself an unlikely diplomat in this new world order, his unorthodox dealmaking instincts placed him in the hot seat at precisely the right moment in history. In his new book [...]

Reflections of an Australian Ambassador to The US During The Trump Administration – Joe Hockey [Zoom]

2022-03-30T11:10:41+11:0030 March 2022|Tags: |

Speaker: The Hon Joe Hockey - Former Australian Ambassador to the United States Topic: Reflections of an Australian Ambassador to The US During The Trump Administration Date/Time: Wednesday 13 April 2022; 5.30 for 6.00pm Online via Zoom LIGHT REFRESHMENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS MEETING IS FOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE SYDNEY INSTITUTE ONLY & 1 GUEST [...]

Reflections of an Australian Ambassador to The US During The Trump Administration – Joe Hockey

2022-04-13T14:19:01+10:0030 March 2022|Tags: |

Speaker: The Hon Joe Hockey - Former Australian Ambassador to the United States Topic: Reflections of an Australian Ambassador to The US During The Trump Administration Date/Time: Wednesday 13 April 2022; 5.30 for 6.00pm Location: Level 61, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney NSW 2000 LIGHT REFRESHMENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS MEETING IS FOR ASSOCIATE [...]

Disruption Goes Mainstream: Report From America

2017-07-17T13:32:48+10:0029 May 2017|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The Hon Joe Hockey is Australia’s Ambassador to the United States of America, taking up his posting in Washington in January 2016 after retiring from Australian politics having served as treasurer in the Abbott Government from 2013. From the vantage point of Washington DC and the Australian Embassy there, Joe Hockey is uniquely placed to [...]

A Budget For Opportunity

2017-05-10T10:26:30+10:0020 July 2014|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

In 2014, the new Abbott Government handed down a Budget that stirred protest at its unfairness even as the government proclaimed it to be a Budget of reform to more fairly distribute sustainable revenue while tackling the fast growing borrowings and ongoing Budget deficits. In an address to The Sydney Institute on Wednesday 11 June [...]

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