The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) at the University of Technology Sydney welcomed John Keane, Professor of Politics at the University of Sydney, to discuss his new book When trees fall, monkeys scatter (World Scientific, 2017). In the global China debate, When trees fall, monkeys scatter is...

by Rose Dlougatch, former Senior Research Associate, Freedom on the Net Image credit: "Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. © Dept. of Defense photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Dominique A. Pineiro/Released." Weakening internet users’ privacy to aid law enforcement would likely do more harm than good. An Australian parliamentary...

Adam Morton, University of Sydney This article is part of the Revolutions and Counter-Revolutions series, curated by Democracy Futuresas a joint global initiative between the Sydney Democracy Network and The Conversation. The project aims to stimulate fresh thinking about the many challenges facing democracies in the...

Be realistic – demand the impossible: the legacy of 1968 Simon Tormey, University of Sydney This article is the first of the Revolutions and Counter-Revolutions series, curated by Democracy Futures as a joint global initiative between the Sydney Democracy Network and The Conversation. The project aims to...

Camille Bedock, Université Libre de Bruxelles; James K. Wong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Patricia Roberts-Miller, University of Texas at Austin; Sabeel Rahman, Brooklyn Law School; Sor-hoon Tan, National University of Singapore, and Xavier Marquez, Victoria University of Wellington These comments on the global...

Alice el-Wakil, University of Zürich; Anna Szolucha, Polish Academy of Sciences; David A. Teegarden, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York; Graham Smith, University of Westminster; Nancy L. Rosenblum, Harvard University; Peter Wilkin, Brunel University London, and Ryusaku Yamada, Soka University These comments...

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