Monday 7 March 2016 S226, John Woolley Building, level 2, entry off Manning Road, University of Sydney Speaker: Associate Professor Dibyesh Anand, University of Westminster SEMINAR: Q&A section: A disputed Himalayan border remains a primary source of tension between the two main emerging powers in the world. Most of the...

By Jan Zielonka Britain is voting on Brexit, Hungary on EU-Quota for refugees: national referenda on European policies lead to minority tyranny. Lesen Sie diesen Text auf Deutsch Two leading scholars, Wallace and Smith, once described the European Union as an "enlightened administration on behalf of uninformed publics,...

By Christine Milne, Monday, Nov 24th, 2014 Australia has become a plutocracy — a country governed by and for the rich. It doesn't have to be this way. Our future depends on restoring democracy. There is a crisis of confidence in democracy in Australia. It is a crisis...

This is part of the Democracy Futures seminar series Wednesday 2 March 2016 Speaker: Assistant Professor Christopher Hobson Seminar: Q&A section: In the quarter of a century since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the confidence surrounding democracy has been replaced with growing concerns about whether it is now in...

Lecture: [buzzsprout episode='355931' player='true']  Q&A: [buzzsprout episode='355945' player='true'] Professor Jan Pakulski, Professor Emeritus at the University of Tasmania and Collegium Civitas, Warsaw Co-presented with Sydney Ideas and the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs, 24 Feb 2016 A recent series of controversial moves by the new Polish Government, especially the weakening of the Constitutional...

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