Who Won the Election? Lessons from the Canadian Coalition Crisis in 2008

Seminar 5

Date:   25 March, 2014

Time:  4 - 5.15pm

Venue: Building 24, Copland, Room 1171, LJ Hume Centre

Regulating Disinformation: Poll Embargo and Electoral Coordination

Seminar 4

Date:            18 March, 2014

Time:           4 - 5.15pm

Venue:       Building 24, Copland, Room 1171, LJ Hume Centre

The Challenge to Parties' Public Policy Formation.

Speaker:  Prof. Hans Keman is Professor of Comparative Political Science at the VU University Amsterdam and Visiting Fellow at the ANU Centre of European Studies. He obtained his PhD at the University of Leyden in 1988 and has since held positions as Editor of Acta Politica – (2003 - 2007) andEuropean Journal of Political Research (1997-2003) and of the Routledge Series on Research in European Political Science (1994-1998).

Party Cohesion in Westminster Systems: Inducements, Replacement and Discipline in the House of Commons, 1836-1910

Speaker:  Arthur Spirling’s undergraduate education took place at the London School of Economics, where he graduated in 2000 with a BSc in Government and Economics. In 2001, Arthur received a Masters degree in Public Administration and Public Policy, also from LSE. From 2001 through 2003, he was a student at Nuffield College, Oxford.

Groundbreaking Conference on Palestinian Human Rights hosted by the ANU School of Politics and International Relations

Between 10-12 September the ANU School of Politics and International Relations is hosting a groundbreaking conference on Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT).

Pivots' and other priorities: Obama's second term foreign policy

What next in the US ‘pivot’ to Asia? What other priorities will US foreign policy have in President Obama’s second term? How are inbox pressures and legacy aspirations being managed? Ours are times of global historic transition, with a potent and complex mix of issues new and old. Many in the international community continue to look to the United States to help provide the leadership for meeting these global challenges. How best to do so, especially amidst Washington’s own full domestic agenda, is a subject of much debate. Bruce Jentleson, ANU Visiting Fellow, offers his perspective.


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