Past events

18
Oct
2018

Innovation, Incrementalism or Deadlock? Policy Change in Joint Decision Systems

In federations and in international politics, policies often require agreements between governments. The concept of joint decision-making describes a...
16
Oct
2018

Women in Politics and International Relations Breakfast

The ANU International Relations Students' Society invite everyone to the ANU Women in Politics and International Relations Breakfast! The society has arranged...
12
Oct
2018

Latin American Gala

The First Latin American Gala is presenting, for the first time in Australia, a program of cultural songs from Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela and...
11
Oct
2018

How is Science Mobilised to Design, Assess & Legitimate Environment & Risk-related Policies?

There is a strong trend to considering that risk assessment is ‘science based’ and risk management and governance are ‘based on politics’. This leads many to...
11
Oct
2018

Which Frames Change Minds and Actions? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Australia.

Australia is currently the only country in the world that requires offshore processing and mandatory detention of asylum seekers who arrive without a visa. The...
04
Oct
2018

Nationalism and Americans’ Attitudes towards International Cooperation: Lessons of History and Policy Leadership

While nationalism and support for international cooperation are often portrayed as antithetical, this association in citizens’ attitudes has rarely been tested...
04
Oct
2018

Discussing Strategy: Concepts of the Indo-Pacific and Connectivity

The ANU Centre for European Studies together with the Delegation of the European Union to Australia hosted this invitation-only, Chatham House rule conference...

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