China-Russia relationship key to the emerging world order

Article in The Australian by Dr Bobo Lo

In an anarchic world, the relationship between China and Russia has emerged as the model of a modern strategic partnership.

Political Activism in the Aftermath of the Great Recession: Europeans, Protest and the Economy

Protest activism in Europe has become more visible since the 2008 economic recession. Studies on protest waves across countries have emphasized the increase and spread of unconventionality as a form of political engagement for Europeans responding to the economic crisis. From the Indignados movement in Spain t the Syriza coalition in Greece, new political actors have embraced contentious activism as a source of political support in reaction to the economic situation.

Trade and Finance in the Era of Donald Trump: A European Perspective

The change in the White House has significant implications for the transatlantic economic relations. Suddenly, the dialogue on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership has been replaced by the threat of a trade conflict. President Trump and his economic advisors appear to interpret the American trade deficit as the result of unfair policies implemented by the Europeans, namely the Germans.

US-Australia relations and the global picture: Opportunities and challenges of the day

 

Breakfast Address at University House

The School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University proudly invites staff and students to join Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade trainee trade graduates at a breakfast address featuring Robert Lee.

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