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Five universities launch migration research network
24
May
2018

Five universities launch migration research network

The Australian National University Centre for European Studies has partnered with the University of Canterbury, RMIT, Indiana University...
Elizabeth Buchanan wins Early Career Research Impact Award
23
May
2018

Elizabeth Buchanan wins Early Career Research Impact Award

Congratulations to ANUCES recent PhD graduate Dr Elizabeth Buchanan who has won a AIIA Early Career Research Impact Award. Through this...
Vale Emeritus Professor Barry Hindess
21
May
2018

Vale Emeritus Professor Barry Hindess

It is with sadness that we note the passing of Barry Hindess. By any measure Barry was a world renowned scholar. Over a long career he made...
Annmarie Elijah talks EU trade on ABC Radio Hobart
16
May
2018

Annmarie Elijah talks EU trade on ABC Radio Hobart

Dr Annmarie Elijah was interviewed by Ryk Goddard on ABC Radio Hobart ahead of a series of EU Trade training workshops around Australia. As...
The Crumbling Iran Deal Could Make Russia Rich
16
May
2018

The Crumbling Iran Deal Could Make Russia Rich

'U.S. President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran deal and his decision to reinstate sanctions on Tehran has been met with strong...
Visitor Profile: Professor Christine Sypnowich
08
May
2018

Visitor Profile: Professor Christine Sypnowich

Every year the ANU School of Politics and International Relations hosts scores of visiting academics through our Visiting Fellows program....
Graduate Profile: Hayley Pring is Oxford Bound
07
May
2018

Graduate Profile: Hayley Pring is Oxford Bound

Hayley Pring graduated with an Honours degree in International Relations and has now been accepted to Oxford University. Read more about...

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