Co-hosted by the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs and SDN Since the collapse of socialism, the New Member States (NMS) of the European Union have performed much better in socio-economic terms than other transition economies. However, the NMS were not a homogenous group of countries. Some...

Time: 1 September 2016 6pm Venue: Law Foyer, Eastern Avenue, The University of Sydney Speakers: Anne-Marie Brady, Indi Hodgson-Johnston, Matt King and Tony Press Co-hosted with Sydney Ideas For more than half a century, the fragile and frozen continent of Antarctica has been protected by ‘post-sovereign’ governing...

Time: 2 September 2016 5pm Venue: Law Lounge, Sydney Law School Annex, The University of Sydney Speakers: Henrik Bang, Mark Chou, Anika Gauja, Ben Moffitt, Nick Rowley and Adele Webb | Chaird by Simon Tormey Populism is everywhere on the rise. Why is this happening? Why...

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