By John Keane, University of Sydney The Law of the European Union Universiteit Leiden Last week’s visit to Berlin, peppered by many intensely interesting conversations, convinced me of one thing: Europe is beginning to resemble a political madhouse. Jan Zielonka’s brief but brilliant Is the EU Doomed? offers vital...

By Emma Jane WARNING: This article contains graphic language of a violent sexual nature. Have you noticed that variations on the phrase “as a woman online” are kick-starting more and more conversations in the cybersphere? A recent example involves the writer Alex Blank Millard. Millard conducted a Twitter...

On Saturday 6 June 2015, the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, the China Democracy Forum (Sydney) and the Sydney Democracy Network hosted a day-long forum at the University on The Umbrella Movement: Hong Kong and the Future of China. With opening remarks by Professor Simon Tormey,...

SDN Associate Jonathan Bogais, adjunct associate professor at University of Sydney, discusses the significance of Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's meeting with Chinese leaders. IMAGE: Sakharov Prize award to Aung San Suu Kyi by Martin Schulz at the European Parliament in Strasbourg October 22, 2013...

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