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  • H1B Visas Won’t Derail Modi’s First Meeting with Trump
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    H1B Visas Won’t Derail Modi’s First Meeting with Trump

    When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Donald Trump this weekend, H1B visas will be on the agenda. But the US-India partnership is bigger than that. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in the US on 25-26 June to meet President Donald Trump for the first time. The US-India relationship has witnessed an unprecedented... More >
  • En Marche Triumphant: France’s Centre Revolution
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    En Marche Triumphant: France’s Centre Revolution

    The resounding victory of En Marche in the French parliamentary elections will enable President Emmanuel Macron to pursue his political vision. Unpopular elements of that agenda, however, may undermine his support base before long. On 18 June, as Emmanuel Macron attended commemoration ceremonies for Charles de Gaulle’s resistance call of... More >
  • A Global Nuclear Weapons Ban? Ready or Not, Here it Comes
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    A Global Nuclear Weapons Ban? Ready or Not, Here it Comes

    Despite the apparent best efforts of Australia, the US and others, the second round of United Nations talks to negotiate a global nuclear weapons ban treaty is underway. With more than 130 countries participating, the proposed ban treaty may come into effect within the year.  On 15 June, 132 member states of the United Nations met in New York... More >
  • EU-Australia Trade Agreement is a Research Opportunity
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    EU-Australia Trade Agreement is a Research Opportunity

    Australia and the European Union are set to begin negotiations on a free trade agreement later this year. Looking beyond trade and business links, what impact would such an FTA have on research and innovation? The EU and Australia have a long and robust history of collaboration in the fields of research and innovation. With negotiations... More >
  • Irish Peace Process a Borderline Brexit Issue
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    Irish Peace Process a Borderline Brexit Issue

    A hard Brexit will harm the Irish peace process, restoring the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The Democratic Unionist Party’s inclusion in a Conservative coalition government, however, increases the likelihood of a soft Brexit. On Good Friday 1998, the governments of Britain and the Republic of Ireland came to an... More >

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Reading Room

Reading Room: What is a Refugee?

Professor William Maley’s book, What is a Refugee? seeks to contribute to the knowledge of the general...

Reading Room: Current Issues in Transitional Justice

Judging by the plethora of recent books and academic articles, the field of transitional justice...

Reading Room: Australia’s Northern Shield?

Papua New Guinea rarely figures in public discussions about Australia’s defence and security planning....

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