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Clash of the Old and the New World of Wine in China | A Case Study of Competition, Innovation and Prosecco

By Dr Danny Friedmann In its push for international acceptance of product names on its “claw back” list as Geographical Indications (GIs), the EU is on an offensive to make this happen via the Lisbon Agreement, the Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement, bilateral trade agreements and a strategy of awareness-raising campaigns. This article will […]

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EU Study Tour – And We’re Off!!

Tuesday 19 September By Maddy Terrell From left to right: Alia Papageorgiou, Griff Blewett, Robert Monterosso, Maddison Briggs, Kari Seeley, Jane Drake-Brockman, Sofia Valero, Maddy Terrell, Leighton McDonald-Stuart & Ben Pascoe-Purvis Eight law, arts and economics students, who barely know each other, with two weeks’ notice are heading to Europe. What started off as nervous […]

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EU Centre Study Tour 2017

To deepen the bilateral relationship between the EU and Australia, and to celebrate 60 years since the Treaty of Rome was signed, the EU Centre for Global Affairs will conduct a two-week Study Tour to the EU during the upcoming September mid-semester teaching break. The study tour is led by Professor Richard Pomfret, Jean Monnet Chair of […]

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EU Australia sign Framework Agreement on closer cooperation

The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini, and Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop, signed the EU-Australia Framework Agreement on 7 August in Manila, the Philippines. The signing of the Framework Agreement marks the beginning of a new era of strategic cooperation […]

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Professor Richard Pomfret will hold Jean Monnet Chair on the Economics of European Integration

The EU Centre for Global Affairs Annual Grant Program recipient Professor Richard Pomfret has been named Jean Monnet Chair on the Economics of European Integration. This prestigious three-year appointment will commence in September 2017 and is funded by the Partnership Initiative of the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme. The primary objective of the Chair is to […]

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E-Commerce and Digital Trade – and the European Single Digital Market

On July 28 2017, the Director of the EU Centre for Global Affairs, Jane Drake-Brockman, participated in a research workshop co-hosted by the Institute for International Trade and the World Trade Institute in Bern, Switzerland. After a broader overview of recent global developments on e-commerce and digital trade, the workshop included a session devoted to discussion […]

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EU Centre High Schools Outreach: Glenunga International High School

On the 7th of August, the EU Centre for Global Affairs intern and Advanced Economics student at the University of Adelaide, Robert Monterosso, delivered a presentation to sixty International Baccalaureate year 12 students studying economics at Glenunga International High School. The presentation, modelled on to represent a university lecture, discussed the economics of the Euro, […]

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EU Studies Association Asia Pacific Conference and Postgraduate Workshop 2017

The European Union Studies Association Asia Pacific (EUSAAP) welcomed scholars, professionals, and postgraduates to Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo to take part in a Conference and Postgraduate Workshop “The Roles of the EU and the Asia Pacific in the Global Era Politics, International Relations, Economics and Law” that took place during 1-2 July 2017. The conference […]

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Gunter Pauli 2016 Australian Tour Video

In October 2016 the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC) of The University of Adelaide co-hosted with the EU Centre for Global Affairs a national speaking tour by Dr Gunter Pauli, an internationally renowned sustainability entrepreneur from Belgium. The speaking tour took place between 10 and 17 October 2016, starting in Adelaide and including a […]

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Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda

In July 2017, The Australia and New Zealand School of Government and the Australian National University (ANU) Centre for European Studies issued a new book focused on Australia and the European Union entering a new phase in the bilateral relationship. “Australia, the European Union and the New Trade Agenda” examines issues relating to the prospective Australia–EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA), highlighting potential points […]

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