Media Releases

New report: Forging ahead with India-US-Australia relations

25 August 2016

Australia should lead in creating a strong partnership with India that complements our core alliance with the United States, according to a new report written by David Brewster for the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. Read more

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


MEDIA CALL | Don Dale cannot be fixed

1 August 2016

The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney will host a media call at 9.30am (AEST) Wednesday 3 August in which our experts will discuss what Australia can learn from America's struggle to reform juvenile detention, in light of the revelations of abuse and subsequent royal commission into the Don Dale Detention Centre in the Northern Territory. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


Depth of China-Japan rivalry revealed by new survey

10 June 2016

China and Japan share a deep, mutual suspicion of one another, believing that either country could trigger a conflict in the Asia-Pacific, according to a new survey by the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


Australia wants it both ways on China's rise and US influence, says new five-country Asia survey

9 June 2016

Australians have tentatively accepted the rise of China as a great power in the Asia-Pacific alongside the United States, according to a new survey released by the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


United States media fellowship awarded to Melbourne journalist

2 May 2016

The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney has awarded its 2016 media fellowship, in partnership with the World Press Institute, to reporter Nino Bucci from The Age in Melbourne. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


AUSMIN should include Australian Treasurer and US Treasury Secretary - new report

15 March 2016

The Australia–US Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) should be expanded to include the Australian Treasurer and US Treasury Secretary, according to a new report released by the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney today. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


Simon Jackman appointed as Centre CEO

15 February 2016

Centre chairman Mark Baillie today announced Professor Simon Jackman as the new chief executive officer of the Centre. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


US presidential elections: commentators available

1 February 2016

The Centre has a team of expert commentators in both Australia and the United States available to discuss all aspects of the 2016 US presidential elections and has also launched a new Election Watch webpage to explain the election process. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


US Studies Centre joins G'day USA 2016

22 January 2016

The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney will host a number of events in America next week as part of the G’Day USA program. Read online

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


Media Fellowship to the United States

20 January 2016

The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney in association with the World Press Institute is calling applications for its 2016 media fellowship to the United States. Read online.

Bookmark and Share 0 Comments


Next »

VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS

Richard Fontaine

Is there anything Trump can't get away with?

Alliance 21 fellow Richard Fontaine on ABC TV The Drum.


Planet America

Planet America Convention specials

Rewatch our live Convention specials with ABC's Planet America, as our experts dissect Trump, Clinton and what's ahead in the race.


Simon Jackman

About the US Studies Centre

Centre CEO Simon Jackman explains the Centres wide range of teaching, research, study abroad and outreach activities.

Join our mailing list   Follow us on Facebook   Watch us on YouTube   Join the conversation on Twitter
Connect with us on LinkedIn   View our photos on Flickr   See what we're up to on Instagram   Subscribe to our RSS feeds