Centre for European Studies - News

15
Dec
2016

ANUCES Elizabeth Buchanan selected as the NATO Defense College ‘Partners Across the Globe’ Research Fellow for 2017

ANUCES PhD Candidate and Europa Fellow Elizabeth Buchanan has been selected as the NATO Defense College ‘Partners Across the Globe’ Research Fellow for 2017. Elizabeth submitted her doctorate in 2016. She is scheduled to be in residence at the NDC in Rome from September-December 2017... Read more

08
Dec
2016

Dr Annmarie Elijah awarded the ANU Media and Outreach Award for Most Impressive Media Performance.

Congratulations to ANUCES Associate Director Dr Annmarie Elijah on receiving the ANU Media and Outreach Award for Most Impressive Media Performance. The winners of the 2016 ANU Media and Outreach Awards were announced at a ceremony last night at University House. The awards recognise academics who... Read more

22
Nov
2016

ANUCES sponsoring Australian Institute of International Affairs National Conference

ANUCES was a proud sponsor the Australian Institute of International Affairs National Conference on 21 November. Full details including the program are at: http://www. internationalaffairs.org.au/ events/aiia-national- conference-2016/Read more

15
Sep
2016

Dr Annmarie Elijah wins a grant to train Australian public servants and business about the EU

A European Union expert at The Australian National University (ANU) has won a €49,000 (A$73,000) grant to train Australian public servants and businesses about how the EU works. Dr Annmarie Elijah, Associate Director of the ANU Centre for European Studies (CES), received a Jean Monnet Project grant... Read more

12
Sep
2016

EU-Australia Leadership Forum launch

The European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, and Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon. Julie Bishop MP , have launched the EU‑Australia Leadership Forum at the headquarters of the European External Action Service in Brussels. The... Read more

22
Aug
2016

ABC Radio National explores Europe through 'Crisis and Creativity' series

Europe as an idea of fairness, democracy and freedom is under attack. Radical nationalists are using fear of immigration to shift voting patterns around the world, and Europe is the epicentre. But underneath all this there are creative responses, ones that can only happen with a shift in perception... Read more

06
Aug
2016

Kanaks demonstrate in Noumea for better access to jobs - interview with Denise FIsher

"Kanaks demonstrate in Noumea for better access to jobs" - an interview with ANUCES Visiting Fellow Denise Fisher on ABC: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-08-04/kanaks-demonstrate-in-noumea-for-better-access-to/7691526Read more

07
Jun
2016

ANUCES Phd. cand. Rhys A. Merrett publication "The Common Security and Defence Policy and Asia"

ANUCES Phd candidate Rhys A. Merrett has published a chapter on the "The Common Security and Defence Policy and Asia" in the book " The EU, Strategy and Security Policy: Regional and Strategic Challenges ". The publication belongs to the Routledge Studies in European Security and Strategy and was... Read more

26
May
2016

'The puzzle of Putin’s insecurity: Praetorian guards, Stalinist blueprints'

ANUCES Visiting Fellow Kyle Wilson has published another piece on ASPI's The Strategist: 'The puzzle of Putin’s insecurity: Praetorian guards, Stalinist blueprints'. Read the article at: http://www.aspistrategist.org. au/puzzle-putins-insecurity- praetorian-guards-stalinist- blueprints/Read more

02
May
2016

5th – 8th May Alzheimer Symphony

Inspired by his own aging, acclaimed ex-Vienna Schauspielhaus actor Justus Neumann has taken the condition of Alzheimer’s as the starting point for his inspired creative response . The story of a man who is beginning to forget During a performance of Shakespeare’s King Lear, a renowned elderly... Read more

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