Centre Reports

How digital infrastructure can substitute for physical infrastructure

14 July 2015

Today digital technology is viewed as additive to the physical world: something that enhances but does not replace the use of physical infrastructure. However, this paper by Hugh Bradlow and Arjun Jayachandra, presented at the Low Carbon Transport on the Move Conference in May 2015, discusses the next wave of digital technology adoption that can potentially be substitutive for physical infrastructure. In particular, the authors examine the impact of emerging information and communications technologies on the demand for roads over the next three to four decades. Read report

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2014 Annual Report

12 June 2015

Read about the Centre's 2014 achievements in our Annual Report. Read report

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Australia Matters for America

24 March 2015

The Australia Matters for America/America Matters for Australia report is part of the Asia Matters for America initiative at the East-West Center in Washington. This edition was produced in partnership with the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney and the Perth USAsia Centre at the University of Western Australia. Read online

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2014 World Press Institute Fellowship Final Report

3 December 2014

The World Press Institute Fellowship each year gives a group of mid-career journalists the chance to visit iconic, well-regarded and successful media outlets while immersing themselves in the American culture and way of life. In 2014, Shalailah Medhora, previously at SBS and now at The Guardian Australia, was one of nine journalists from around the world to undertake this inspiring program. Read the full report on her experience here. Read more

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2013 Annual Report

8 July 2014

Read about the Centre's 2013 achievements in our Annual Report. Read report

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The 2013 United States Studies Centre - World Press Institute Fellowship Report

12 December 2013

Chief business correspondent for SKY News Business Carson Scott reports on the rigorous program of interviews, study, and reporting that spanned ten cities including New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Scott is the 2013 recipient of the US Studies Centre's Media Fellowship, in partnership with the World Press Institute. Read report

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Disruptive Education: Technology-Enabled Universities

1 August 2013

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are leading the greatest upheaval in university education since the advent of the printing press according to a new report co-authored by chief operating officer and research associate at the Centre Dr Sean Gallagher, together with the Dean of the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales, Professor Geoffrey Garrett. Read report

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2012 Annual Report

30 April 2013

Read about the Centre's 2012 achievements in our Annual Report. Read report

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The United States Studies Centre - World Press Institute Media Fellowship Report

11 December 2012

David King reports on the rigorous program of interviews, study, and reporting that spanned a dozen cities including New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and Chicago. David King is the 2012 recipient of the US Studies Centre's Media Fellowship, in partnership with the World Press Institute. Read report

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2011 Annual Report

1 October 2012

Read about the Centre's 2011 achievements in our Annual Report. Read report

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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS

Green

Michael J. Green on ANZUS Alliance report

Michael J. Green of the Centre for International and Strategic Studies, who has co-authored a report on the ANZUS Alliance in an Ascending Asia, says Australia and the United States must work together to best respond to China's rise. The report was launched at the US Studies Centre.


AUSFTA

Australia–US Free Trade Agreement ten year anniversary conference

Watch full video of the sessions from the Centre's conference marking ten years of the US–Australia Free Trade Agreement.

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