Just three days after the 2008 US Presidential Election and with the influence of China and India growing by the day, our international experts provided their insights and views on how the world will look in 2009 and beyond- Oxford Business Alumni
Tony Jones is one of the ABC's most respected journalists, with more than 20 years experience in radio and television news and current affairs.
Jones began hosting the award winning news and current affairs program, Lateline in 1999. In 2004, he received a Walkley for best Broadcast Interviewing, for a series of Lateline interviews.
Paul Keating was the 24th Prime Minister of Australia. Since leaving parliament, Keating has been a director of various companies, including the Chairman (international) of Carnegie, Wylie & Company - a Sydney based investment bank.
Lord Chris Francis Patten
Lord Patten is the Chancellor of Oxford and Newcastle Universities. He also is the European Commissioner for External Relations, 1999-2004 and the Chairman of the Conservative Party.
Lord Patten is also the last British governor of Hong Kong and author of East and West: China, Power, and the Future
of Asia and Cousins and Strangers.
Malcolm Turnbull is an Australian politician, the current Leader of the Opposition in the Australian Parliament, and parliamentary leader of the Liberal Party.