Trade architectures: ‘Preference ordering’ for AU and post-Brexit UK
Data Protection Regulation in the EU: Impact on Australia and non-European jurisdictions
Prof. Lee Bygrave, Oslo » read more
Europe and the Great Powers: Playing our Trump Cards
Prof. Sven Biscop, Belgium » read more
Call for papers - Fulfilling the Vision: EU Futures
Conference 16-18 Oct » read more
State of the EU: Challenges and Opportunities
Matthias Ruete » listen
Trade and Finance in the Era of Donald Trump: A European Perspective
Russia and the crisis in Western policy-making
Dr Bobo Lo » listen
Future of the EU: the Norwegian Experience
Prof. Ulf Sverdrup, Oslo » listen
Cultural Representations of Transnational Childhoods
Symposium in Poland » read more
Ukraine's path to the EU: Challenges and Perspectives
Ukraine Ambassador » listen
Europe Day 2017
Tuesday 9 May » read more
Poland in the New World Disorder
Dr John Besemeres, guest of honour » read more
The Local and Global Trade Policy Implications of Brexit
A. Winters and R. Baldwin » listen
Nye Hughes: Brexit why and how?
EU's former chief diplomat to Australia » listen
ABC Radio National Big Ideas - Songs for Europe: the history and politics of the Eurovision Song Contest
Panel discussion » read more
A Difficult Neighbourhood: Essays on Russia and East-Central Europe since World War II
By Dr John Besemeres » read more
ANU CES Fellow Dr Brendan Nelson AO awarded Australia Day honour
Dr Annmarie Elijah wins a grant to train Australian public servants and business about the EU
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Dr Katherine Daniell awarded the G. Burton Medal
Tuesday 9 May
Dr John Besemeres, guest of honour
EU's former chief diplomat to Australia

ANU Centre for European Studies

ANUCES is an initiative involving six ANU Colleges (Arts and Social Sciences; Law; Business and Economics; Asia and the Pacific; Medicine, Biology and Environment; and Engineering and Computer Science). It focuses the talents of hundreds of researchers, teachers and students working on Europe on a single site. Its purpose is to create synergies, promote interdisciplinary dialogue, and generate collaborative research projects at home and abroad.

The ANU Centre for European Studies takes over the role formerly played by the National Europe Centre. It is funded jointly by ANU and the European Commission.

Latest Highlights:

Big Ideas from Europe

The ANU Centre for European Studies is pleased to host Big Ideas from Europe, a series of conversations in partnership with the Australian Broadcasting... Find out more

Art and Europe series with the NGA

The ANU Centre for European Studies is delighted to co-host a series of floor talks in partnership with the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). The three year... Find out more

Schuman Lecture Series

The Robert Schuman Lecture celebrates the remarkable achievements of European integration since its modest beginnings in the European Coal and Steel Community... Find out more

Segue 2016

Segue 2016: where Australia meets Europe in Canberra Presented by The Street and the Centre for European Studies Segue 2016 is a boutique festival offering up... Find out more

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