John Keane, University of Sydney In March 2003, the Howard government involved Australia in an illegal military invasion of Iraq. The consequences of that war continue to be devastating for the people of Iraq and the wider Middle East. The prime minister was able to opt...

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney enjoys an international linkage with Germany’s leading social science research institute, the WZB Berlin Social Sciences Centre. In addition to the mutual transfer of scientific materials and publications, the institutions work together in collaborative teaching, training, research...

This article was drawn in part from the discussion that took place at the Sydney Democracy Network’s Dark Money and Democracy roundtable at the University of Sydney on November 3rd 2016. There was much talk from government yesterday of terrorism, espionage and the insidious interference by foreign...

  Sydney Ideas co-presented with the Sydney Democracy Network Professor Loukas Tsoukalis, Professor of European Integration at the University of Athens and President of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) Europe and the European project were hit by successive crises in recent years, which had a...

Yolanda Moses, University of California, Riverside This article is the third in the Black Lives Matter Everywhere series, a collaboration between The Conversation, the Sydney Democracy Network and the Sydney Peace Foundation. To mark the awarding of the 2017 Sydney Peace Prize to the Black Lives...

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