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16
Oct
2017

AIIA National Conference 2017: Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World

The ANU Centre for European Studies is a proud sponsor of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) National Conference, Australia’s premier event on Australian foreign policy. The 2017 conference will bring together some of Australia’s leading international affairs experts. Building on the success of last year’s event, which drew a sellout crowd of more than 380 attendees and received overwhelmingly positive reviews (see here ),...Read more

16
Oct
2017

Fulfilling the Vision: European Union Futures? A Joint EU Centres' Conference

Registrations are open for this international conference jointly convened by the European Union Centres in Australia and New Zealand. This conference will include plenary panels and presented papers led by Professors Heribert Dieter , Nico Groenendijk , Sang Chul Park , Alessandro Rainoldi and Lay Hwee Yeo . Other international speakers have also committed to attending. Tuesday 17 October will feature special sessions with Ambassadors and...Read more

05
Oct
2017

Duo Deconet, Postcards

The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies and the Embassy of Mexico present: POSTCARDS - 6:30pm Thursday 5th October 2017 Larry Sitsky Recital Room, ANU School of Music, Childers Street, Canberra The concert POSTCARDS encompasses the power of creative partnerships in spite of distance. From Spain, Mateo Soto will tint the evening with Liquid Sketches and creative visual by Susana Enriquez. The Venezuelan composer Icli Zitella...Read more

04
Oct
2017

“Meet the Germans” – Study and Research Opportunities in Germany for Australian Students and Researchers

Interested in doing a Masters, PhD, Post-Doc or Research Fellowship in Germany? Looking for an appropriate programme and funding opportunities? Ready to take the next step in your career? This event is an excellent opportunity for students, graduates and professionals to learn about the many academic career choices in Germany (graduate studies, doctoral studies, junior researcher, postdoctoral studies, visiting academic, and more). Find out more...Read more

28
Sep
2017

"Chevron vs. the Amazon”

The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS) and the Embassy of Ecuador in Australia invites you to the lecture: "Chevron vs. the Amazon” Associate Professor, Dr John Minns, Politics and International Relations at the ANU Thursday 28 September 2017 6.30 – 8.00pm, followed by light refreshments The Haydon-Allen Lecture Theatre (The Tank), Haydon-Allen Building # 22, ANU In June this year the US Supreme Court ruled in favour...Read more

28
Sep
2017

The Australian Regime for Fiscal Federalism: Can it be Exported?

The Australian regime for horizontal fiscal equalisation (HFE) is administered by the Commonwealth Grants Commission. OECD rates it as one of the most egalitarian in the world. I define HFE, introduce the Australian regime, discuss some current challenges to it, and assess how suitable it would be for other federations or quasi-federations such as the United Kingdom. The UK arrangements for distributing untied block grant to Scotland, Wales, and...Read more

25
Sep
2017

EuroScience at Questacon

Come along to a spectacular EuroScience show and discover the past, present and future of European science and technology; the heroes of European science history and the world of energy production! Over six days, Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre , in collaboration with the ANU Centre for European Studies (ANUCES) and the Delegation of the European Union to Australia, presents a special array of activities… Inside a Collider...Read more

21
Sep
2017

Brexit and the (Possible) Break-up of the UK: A Study in Failed Federalism

The Australian Centre for Federalism (ACF) and the ANU Centre for European Studies (CES) present: Brexit and the (Possible) Break-up of the UK: A Study in Failed Federalism The vote in the UK’s 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union was regionally diverse. London, Scotland, and Northern Ireland voted to Remain, the first two strongly so. Wales, and most of England outside London, voted to Leave. Regional grievances, both in Leave and in...Read more

21
Sep
2017

Brexit and the (Possible) Break-up of the UK: A Study in Failed Federalism

The ANU Centre for European Studies , together with the Australian Centre for Federalism , are pleased to present this public lecture by Professor Iain McLean. The vote in the UK’s 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union was regionally diverse. London, Scotland, and Northern Ireland voted to Remain, the first two strongly so. Wales, and most of England outside London, voted to Leave. Regional grievances, both in Leave and in Remain areas,...Read more

21
Sep
2017

Whither Global Health in the Trump Era?

Over the course of a generation, global health has moved from being regarded as peripheral to international politics to assuming a prominent place on the global political agenda. Since the election of Donald Trump in the United States and his demonstrated antipathy toward multilateralism and global health programs, it is worth questioning whether Trump’s ascendancy signifies the demise of global health’s role in international politics. In this...Read more

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