Publications

The School of Politics and International Relations has a long history of excellence in research both by faculty members and its graduate students.  The publications pages provides you with a list of all of the Schools, including the various Centres associated with the School, major publications in recent years.  The SPIR publications are those publications not necessarily associated with a particular Centre.

Big Ideas from Europe: Magna Carta at 800

Author/editor: Nicholas Simoes da Silva|Katarzyna Williams

Year published: 2017

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Brazil in the World: The International Relations of a South American Giant

Author/editor: Dr Sean Burges

Year published: 2017

Brazil has suddenly become a country of interest to the West, playing a critical role in global economic talks at the G20 and WTO, brokering North-South relations through its new international economic geography, and stepping into regional and global security questions through its activities in...

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Brexit: why and how?

Author/editor: Aneurin (Nye) Hughes

Year published: 2017

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Dates to watch: Europe in 2017

Author/editor: Mr Nicholas Simoes da Silva

Year published: 2017

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Innovation, Science, and Business

Innovation, Science, and Business

Year published: 2017

The latest ANUpoll has found a large majority of Australians support science and want politicians to rely more on the advice of scientists and experts. The ANUpoll also found 67 per cent of those surveyed believe science is best funded by government rather than private business, while 82 per cent...

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Is the Australian Offshore Processing System a Model for Europe?

Author/editor: Camilla Ioli

Year published: 2017

This Briefing Paper was written by Camilla Ioli, who was a Visiting Fellow at ANUCES in 2017, exploring comparison response of the European Union and Australia to the arrival of asylum seekers by sea. Camilla graduated in 2017 from the University of Bologna, Italy, with summa cum laude .

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Leadership Performance and Rhetoric

Leadership Performance and Rhetoric

Author/editor: Adam B. Masters|John Uhr

Year published: 2017

This book examines both the rhetorical content of contemporary public leadership and the leadership methods pioneered by early English statesman Sir Francis Bacon. In particular, it considers the use of public rhetoric to defend leadership legitimacy in six case studies, drawing on leadership...

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Poland and the New World Disorder

Author/editor: John Besemeres

Year published: 2017

ANU Centre for European Studies Research Fellow Dr John Besemeres was this year’s guest of honour and speaker at the Polish Constitution Day Commemorative Dinner in Melbourne. The Dinner has taken place annually since the inaugural event in 2002, featuring a different guest speaker each year. This...

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Policy Agendas in Australia

Policy Agendas in Australia

Author/editor: Keith Dowding|Aaron Martin

Year published: 2017

This book contributes to and expands on the major international Comparative Policy Agendas Project. It sets the project in context, and provides a comprehensive assessment of the changing policy agenda in Australia over a forty-year period, using a unique systematic dataset of governor-general...

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Russian Foreign Policy and the Crisis in Western Policy-making

Author/editor: Dr Bobo Lo, Independent Analyst, and Nonresident Fellow of the Lowy Institute for International Policy

Year published: 2017

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