'Challenges to the Rules Based Order: Agendas for Australia-ROK Cooperation' is a major policy-oriented research report, supported by the Korea Foundation, on the opportunities for the Republic of Korea (ROK) and Australia to collaborate on the advancement of the regional and international rules-based order (RBO) and the institutional architecture underpinning it.
Conducted by Dr Lauren Richardson, the project has explored the potential for enhancing ROK-Australia collaboration on the development of the regional and global rules and architecture. In doing so, it aims to establish a comprehensive framework for how the two countries can coordinate bilaterally and multilaterally to achieve a more open and inclusive RBO. This provides a roadmap for:
- Elevating the ROK-Australia bilateral relationship through greater institutional closeness
- Enhancing the role of Seoul and Canberra in the international system
- Encouraging the US to deepen its engagement with regional governance and rulemaking.
This launch is supported by the Korea Institute.