Brian Schmidt AC has welcomed business, government, national and international leaders to 5th Crawford Forum.
Look at this year's program for ANU Crawford Leadership Forum.
Chancellor Gareth Evans and Dr Elsina Wainwright discussed the influence of President Trump in Asia.
Infrastructure, economics and geopolitics were under the microscope at the "regional order in Asia".
Professor Anne Twomey discusses the damaging ramifications of dual citizenship and Australian Parliament rules.
Dr Jane Golley and Maj. gen. (Ret) Yao Yunzhu discuss the new rules based order in China.
Vice-President and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google, Vinton G. Cerf will deliver this years JG Crawford Oration.
Professor Amin Saikal and Dr Bassma Kodmani discussing conflict resolution in Syria.
What does the future hold for growth, jobs and wages?
Role of private sector development and measurements of success in PNG with Stephen Howes and Stephanie Copus-Campbell.
Chancellor Gareth Evans previews this year's Forum with International Relations expert Dr Elsina Wainwright.
A distinguished panel discuss the unpredictable times ahead with the future of the United States in Asia.
Factors threatening the world trade system and possible solutions from Dr Shiro Armstrong and Dr Mari Pangestu.
Distinguished panel discuss potential implications of Donald Trump's "America-first" trade agenda.
Ken Henry, former head of Treasury and current chair of National Australia Bank thinks it's time for a reality check.
Is the North Korea deal all sound and fury signifying nothing?
Future Papua New Guinea and Australia's relationship may rely upon Australians becoming more engaged.
Crawford Leadership Forum commenced on Sunday 24 June with a panel discussion on where next for the US, China & Korea.
Watch former New Zealand Prime Minister and high-ranking United Nations official Helen Clark deliver the 2017 Oration.
From the 2017 Crawford Oration, read Helen Clark's speech on The Leadership We Need.