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15
Aug
2016

ACF Fellows, Dr. Keith Dowding and Dr. Matthew Kerby have been awarded DAAD funding for 2016-2018

ACF Fellows Dr. Keith Dowding and Dr. Matthew Kerby have recently received funding under the Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme (Universities Australia/DAAD) to research “Political Careers in Federal Countries: Methodological Challenges”. The centre is pleased to welcome Dr. Elena Semenova (Free University of Berlin), as a visiting fellow at the ACF/SPIR.Read more

08
Aug
2016

ACF Visiting Fellow - Dr. Mireille Paquet

ACF is pleased to announce the arrival of Dr. Mireille Paquet as a visiting fellow for the month of July 2016. Dr. Paquet is an assistant professor of political science at Concordia University, in Canada. She is the director of the Centre for Immigration Policy Evaluation ( https://www.concordia.ca/artsci/polisci/research/cipe.html ) and a leading expert in Canadian immigration politics and policies. Her current work – funded by the FQRSC –...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

05
Aug
2016

Dr Tracy B Fenwick speaks to ABC Radio, The World Today, 5 August 2016

ANCLAS Senior Associate Dr Tracy B Fenwick speaks to ABC Radio, The World Today on the Brazilian political scandal that threatens to overshadow the Rio Games. You can listen to the interview here: http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2016/s4514013.htmRead more

06
Jul
2016

PhD Student Val Barrett reports on her field work in the UK Parliament

FIELD WORK IN THE UK PARLIAMENT MAY-JUNE 2016 I have just returned from an exciting period of SPIR-supported field work in London. My seven weeks working from the UK Parliament (with occasional visits to University College London) coincided with a tumultuous time in UK politics. Although my research is related to the management of parliaments rather than their political outcomes it was impossible not to get caught up in EU referendum fever, nor...Read more

21
Jun
2016

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences To CASS colleagues, ANU CASS is hosting an event for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea to help those affected by cancer. Every dollar we raise from hosting this event goes towards Cancer Council and the great work they are doing. YOU CAN ATTEND AND DONATE IN PERSON When: 30 June 2016 Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Where: Beryl Rawson Building #13, Level 2 Kitchen If you can’t make it, you can still help by making a...Read 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 edited by Laura Chappell, Jocelyn Mawdsley and Petar Petrov.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

25
May
2016

ANU student off to Geneva for World Trade Organisation internship

A student at The Australian National University (ANU) will work in Geneva on an eight-week internship with Australia’s Permanent Mission to the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Zack Drury understands it’s the first time the mission has offered the opportunity, which will run 30 May-29 July. “I’ll be working with the Second Secretary, shadowing him in a negotiating-type role,” Zack explains. “The Permanent Mission does a lot of aid-for-trade...Read more

17
May
2016

ANU EXPERTS: 2016 BRAZIL IMPEACHMENT

FRIDAY 13 MAY 2016 ANU EXPERTS: 2016 BRAZIL IMPEACHMENT Less than halfway through her term, Brazil’s first female President, Dilma Rousseff, has been stripped of her presidential duties for up to six months after the Senate voted to begin an impeachment trial. Her Vice-President Michel Temer now takes over as interim President. The Australian National University (ANU) has experts available to speak about the impeachment and developments in...Read more

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