China the elephant in the room for Marise Payne visit
The dragon, the taniwha - and the kangaroo?In a speech earlier this week Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta used the metaphor of the dragon and the taniwha to describe the China New Zealand relationship.China was very much the dragon in the room when she took the podium alongside Australia's Marise Payne, who winged her way over to Wellington just days after the opening of the trans Tasman bubble.While New Zealand and Australia are long time friends and allies, and both part of Five Eyes, they're not always on the same page when it comes to China.Political editor, Jane Patterson, has more.
Marise Payne issues apology after stranded Aussies' identities were exposed in third bungle - 해외에 고립된 호주인, ‘벌써 세 번째 개인 정보 유출’… 외무 장관 ‘사과’
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Foreign Minister Marise Payne has apologised after the personal details of Australians stranded overseas was exposed for the third time in three months. - 해외에 고립된 호주인들의 개인 정보가 세 번째 유출되는 실수가 발생하자 마리스 페인 외무 장관이 사과 입장을 밝혔다.
Senator Marise Payne, Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs
In the very first episode of BroadTalk, Virginia Haussegger chats to Australia's Foreign Minister, Senator Marise Payne about her journey to the top job, her personal motivations, and her passion for feminisim.As Foreign Minister, Senator Marise Payne is currently Australia’s most powerful woman. Her call on where and how Australia pivots, blinks or charges forward on the international stage has a profound impact beyond policy. Her decisions have the power to change people’s lives.But women are still a novelty at this level of leadership and their every action is intensely scrutinised. How they fare or fail fascinates not just feminist theorists, but women and girls everywhere. Senator Payne is also Minister for Women and therefore she has an even bigger stake in ensuring women’s success. So, what does she think about her own style of leadership and how has she straddled the hurdles along the way? In this very candid discussion Minister Payne opens up about her journey, motivations and even her passion for feminism. Yes, unlike her predecessor and most of her conservative party colleagues, Marise Payne does call herself a feminist! Virginia asks her why!See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne on Australia and COVID-19
The National Security Podcast
On 16 June, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne delivered a policy address to the National Security College on Australia and the world in the time of COVID-19. Her remarks, and the following discussion of Australia's future in the region, make up this special episode of National Security Podcast.Is China using the COVID-19 crisis as a reason to spread disinformation about Australia, and how can international institutions, such as the World Health Organization, be safeguarded so that they can do their work without outside interference? In this episode, we host the foreign minister's speech on Australia's place in the world and COVID-19 and her discussion with Professor Rory Medcalf, Head of the National Security College. Senator the Hon Marise Payne is Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women in the Commonwealth Government. A Senator for New South Wales since 1997, she has more than two decades’ parliamentary experience including 12 years’ membership of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade.Professor Rory Medcalf is head of the National Security College at The Australian National University. His professional background involves more than two decades of experience across diplomacy, intelligence analysis, think tanks, and journalism.Chris Farnham is the presenter of the National Security Podcast. He joined the National Security College in June 2015 and is currently Senior Outreach and Policy Officer. His career focus has been on geopolitics with experience working in and out of China for a number of years as well as operating in Australia and Southeast Asia. We’d love to hear your feedback for this podcast series! Send in your questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes to email@example.com. You can also Tweet us @APPSPolicyForum or find us on Facebook. The National Security Podcast and Policy Forum Pod are available on Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, and wherever you get your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The United States Studies Centre hosted a speech by Senator the Hon. Marise Payne, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs. The keynote foreign policy address was on Australia’s active role in its region – and beyond – to help foster an international environment that offers security, stability and prosperity. She was joined by USSC CEO Simon Jackman for Q&A after the speech.
Panel discussion: Marise Payne and Tobias Feakin on Australia’s international cyber strategy
Lowy Institute: Live Events
Cyber issues are increasingly important — to governments, to businesses, to organisations and to individuals. Cyber affairs also play a significant role in Australia’s relations with other countries. In 2017 the Australian Government adopted the International Cyber Engagement Strategy to advance and protect Australia’s national security and national interests in cyberspace and to work with partners in the Indo-Pacific to improve cyber security and connectivity. The Lowy Institute hosted the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, and Australia’s Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Dr Tobias Feakin, for a discussion of these issues. The discussion was chaired by the Lowy Institute’s Executive Director, Dr Michael Fullilove.Senator Payne has served as a senator for New South Wales since 1997. She served 12 years on the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, including a period as chair of its Human Rights subcommittee. She was Minister for Human Services from 2013 to 2015 when she assumed the Defence portfolio, becoming the first woman to hold the position of Minister for Defence. She was appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs in August 2018.Dr Tobias Feakin is Australia’s inaugural Ambassador for Cyber Affairs. He was a member of the Independent Panel of Experts that helped develop Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy. He was Director of National Security Programs at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute from 2012 to 2016.