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25
Jul
2017

Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda

The Australia and New Zealand School of Government and the ANU Centre for European Studies have published a new book, available now through ANU Press . ' Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda ' brings together diverse and deeply practical contributions to the forthcoming policy debate on the Australia–EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA), highlighting potential points of difficulty and possible gains from the agreement. This book makes...Read more

20
Jul
2017

Professor Wanna comments on the resignation of two Greens Senators

Professor John Wanna has offered comment to SBS Australia following the remarkable resignation of two Senators from The Australian Greens.Read more

07
Jul
2017

Sky News airing ANCLAS book launch, Brazil in the World: The International Relations of a South American Giant

Sky News will be airing the ANCLAS book launch, Brazil in the World: The International Relations of a South American Giant by Dr Sean Burges, Deputy Director of ANCLAS in full on A-PAC (Sky News Channel 648 on Foxtel) at the following times tomorrow: Saturday 8 July at 9am, 4:05pm. It can also be viewed online at: http://a-pac.tv/Read more

07
Jul
2017

VIDEO: Brazil in the World: The International Relations of a South American Giant [Book Launch]

On Tuesday 20 June Dr John Minns launched Dr Sean Burges ' most recent book Brazil in the World: The International Relations of a South American Giant . Dr Burges argues that Brazil is pursuing a foreign policy agenda designed to challenge and transform, but not overturn existing patterns of global structural power. This is distinct from the pursuit of relative power in that it concentrates on opening space to pursue policies suited to Brazilian...Read more

03
Jul
2017

SPIR students have shared their fieldwork experiences

The School of Politics and International Relations endeavours to support its graduate students in undertaking research and attending conferences. The work undertaken by current and former students is diverse and at times challenging. Some of the current SPIR students have shared their experiences. Please click on the links below to read about their exciting research and the places that research has taken them. ANCLAS travel grant recipient in...Read more

03
Jul
2017

ANCLAS travel grant recipient in Chile

Hi, I’m Jeremy and I am currently on an ANU Global programs exchange in Chile. In all honesty, I came to Chile without any expectations or preconceptions because I knew almost nothing about it. Besides being a country in South America, I couldn’t have told you a single thing about it. l assume the same is true for at least some of my readers so here’s the basics. Chile is a long, thin country along the western coast of South America. It shares...Read more

29
Jun
2017

Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda

The Australia and New Zealand School of Government and the ANU Centre for European Studies have published a new book, available now through ANU Press . 'Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda' brings together diverse and deeply practical contributions to the forthcoming policy debate on the Australia–EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA), highlighting potential points of difficulty and possible gains from the agreement. This book makes...Read more

21
Jun
2017

New Staff Arriving At SPIR

The School is pleased to announce that a number of new staff will soon be arriving. These new staff members bring with them exciting new expertise in their respective fields. We look forward to welcoming them to the ANU community. Our new staff: Prof. Patrick Dumont arrriving in July 2017. His research interests include: Comparative politics Political institutions Parties and party systems Political elites Dr Michael Zekulin arriving in 2017...Read more

09
Jun
2017

ANU ranked first in Australia, top 20 globally

The Australian National University (ANU) has reaffirmed its position as Australia's top university and among the top 20 universities in the world. The latest QS World University Rankings for 2018 rated ANU at 20 in the world, up two places on last year and among the great research and educational institutions of the world. The result places ANU among the top 0.1 percent of the 26,000 universities around the world. Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian...Read more

05
Jun
2017

The EU-Australia Relationship: Plus ça Change…

By Professor Jacqueline Lo, Director, ANU Centre for European Studies, and Dr Annmarie Elijah, Associate Director, ANU Centre for European Studies Australia’s relationship with the EU has come a long way but room for improvement remains, including the absence of a formal trade agreement. Australian policymakers mustn’t let Brexit delay closer EU-Australia ties. Australian thinking and policy on European integration has, from the outset, been...Read more

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