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Monash University awarded an Employer Support Award by The Defence Reserves Support Council

In a wonderful display of camaraderie, a Monash Arts academic – who is also an Army Reservist – recognised a fellow Monash Arts academic for his ongoing support.

25 October, 2018
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Master of International Relations alumnus Alexander Cox makes his mark in China

Master of International Relations alumnus Alexander Cox has broken into the industry, landing a job in China at AustCham Shanghai following a successful internship at the company.

4 September, 2018
Monash Arts Myanmar Study Tour: Crime and Criminal Justice in Asia

Monash Arts Myanmar Study Tour: Crime and Criminal Justice in Asia

A new study tour, Crime and Criminal Justice in Asia, initiated by Criminology 7 August, 2018

Aspiring diplomat wins UNICEF impact challenge

Aspiring diplomat wins UNICEF impact challenge

Last month at the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations conference in Sydney, current first year Bachelor of Arts/Laws student Yasmin Poole led her team to win the UNICEF Impact Challenge for best refugee policy in

31 October, 2017
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Dr Steven Zech selected as a recipient of the Terrorism Research Initiative award

Dr Steven Zech was selected as a recipient of the Terrorism Research Initiative (TRI, 4 September, 2017

Was embracing the market a necessary evil for Labour and Labor?

Was embracing the market a necessary evil for Labour and Labor?

Wayne Swan has drawn a parallel between the the ALP’s ‘Laborism’ and New Labour’s ‘Third Way’ in the UK. Number 10/flickr, CC BY-NC

29 August, 2017
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What can we learn from Brexit about democracy and international negotiations?

What can we learn from Brexit about democracy and international negotiations?

11 August, 2017
Strange bedfellows? The ideological migration of UKIP voters to Labour in the 2017 UK General Election

Strange bedfellows? The ideological migration of UKIP voters to Labour in the 2017 UK General Election

At 10pm on Thursday 8 June, British voters faced yet another political shock. Despite an overwhelming 21 percent lead (YouGov), the Conservatives failed to win enough seats to form a majority government.

14 June, 2017
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Public lecture: Paul Strangio reflects on Federal Parliament’s Melbourne years

In 1901 Australia’s newly formed Commonwealth Parliament started life not in the Canberra, which was yet to be built, but  in Melbourne, the nation’s first capital. Monash's  10 May, 2017