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18 October 2017 in Adelaide | The Future of the EU Summit

The Future of the EU Summit is a multidisciplinary forum, which engages the pressing issue of the prospects for multilateral cosmopolitanism, global justice and alternative political futures in the EU, and with specific reference to the future of EU-Australia relations. The Summit takes place against the political backdrop of the arrival of a new age of isolationism […]

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EU Study Tour – Day 6 – A Day off in Paris

Sunday 24 September 2017 By Maddison Briggs The first full day off in Paris sees two groups emerge: the first is awake and ready with coffee in hand at 9am, the other (sleepier) group heads out not too long after. The first group exits the hostel and stumbles out into a Sunday morning market, complete […]

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EU Study Tour – Day 5 – A Day in Transit | Brussels to Paris

Saturday 23 September 2017 By Sofia Valero After a slow start on a Saturday morning in Brussels, a few coffees, and yet another delicious breakfast, our bags were packed and ready to go. We had the morning free to venture into the centre of town for some shopping. After a visit (or two) to Zara, a […]

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EU Study Tour – Day 4 – Brussels Parliamentarium and Australian Permanent Mission to the European Union

Friday 22 September 2017 By Leighton McDonald-Stuart Friday was a day firmly focused on the political will behind the European Union, both from an internal and external perspective. Our first visit for the day was to the Parliamentarium, a large educational facility that facilitates self-guided participation intended to help explain the political and legislative process […]

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The State of the European Union

By Kari Seeley On 13 September 2017, the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, delivered his annual State of the Union address at the European Parliament. It was a speech given on the other side of the world, about countries as far away as you can get from Australia, and a casual observer may conclude […]

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8 October | Open State Hub ”Macau Days” Panel, Adelaide

The EU Centre for Global Affairs, and the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice, invite you to the Macau Days Panel. In this panel renowned artist John Young, acclaimed writer Brian Castro, and award-winning composer/media artist Luke Harrald talk about their collaboration on Macau Days, an exhibition exploring Macau’s rich transcultural history as the oldest European settlement […]

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EU Study Tour – Day 3 – Universite libre de Bruxelles and European Services Forum

Thursday 21 September 2017 By Griff Blewett On the third day of the European Union Centre for Global Affairs’ trip to Europe, the University of Adelaide student group attended a Conference at Universite libre de Bruxelles (ULB University), where they were exposed to some controversial views on the European response to the recent financial crisis as […]

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EU Study Tour – Day 2 – Friends of Europe Thinktank and the House of European History

Wednesday 20 September By Robert Monterosso The 20th of September signalled the first day of official activities on the 2017 EU Centre for Global Affairs Study Tour. First on the itinerary was a visit to Friends of Europe, a leading Brussels-based European think tank, which is apolitical and aims to connect people, stimulate debate, and […]

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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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