Fullerton Lectures

The IISS-Fullerton Lecture series comprises six lectures a year bringing major figures in Asia-Pacific and international affairs to speak in Singapore.

Photo by IISS

Latest Fullerton lectures

Change and uncertainty in the Indo-Pacific

The Honourable Julie Bishop MP, Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs, discussed a number of 'disruptive' factors reshaping strategic and economic behaviour in the Indo-Pacific. She considered the characteristics of a liberal rules-based order and why it is in the interest of Australia and the Indo-Pacific region to support and strengthen such an order in this time of uncertainty.

Read More

Indonesia's development strategies for growth, equality and maritime affairs

General (Retd) Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Indonesia's Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs, outlined his government's approach to creating a balance of growth and equality across the country's 17,500 islands and 300 ethnic groups.

Read More

About the Fullerton Lectures

Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General, gave the inaugural lecture in 2012. Subsequent speakers include William Hague, Robert Zoellick and Felipe Calderón. Participation is by invitation only. Please contact [email protected] or tel: +65-64990055 for more details.