Bridging the China gulf
Australia’s diplomatic skills are bound to be severely tested as the relationship between China and the US grows more contentious. Visiting professor Linda Jakobson says Australia must work out reasonable and workable ways forward among its diverse China constituencies.
Police violence and protest in America: what it means for Australia
United States Studies Centre
The series of high profile incidents has opened public discussions about the role that law enforcement plays in American society, especially in communities of colour. What can be done to redress the problems and what does it mean for Australia? Join the Centre for a public panel on race, police violence and protest in the US and Australia.
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Islamic State advance in Syria
Islamic State militants have seized full control of the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. Lecturer Malcolm Jorgensen discusses this development and the other major international issues.
Soil, Big Data and the Future of Agriculture
This conference draws together the world’s commercial and scientific leaders in agriculture, soil science, and soil conservation to discuss how technological advancements can enable a sustainable intensification of food production to meet the needs of a growing middle class.
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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
In the lead-up to the Centre's Low Carbon Transport On The Move conference, adjunct professor in sustainability Susan Pond discussed the promise of renewable energy in Australia.
Former chief of staff to House Speaker John Boehner and key advisor to President George W. Bush Barry Jackson looks at the Republican field in 2016 and grades the performance of the Republicans in Congress.