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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

Monash Arts expertise in the media

Monash University’s expertise will reach a wider audience in 2018 as one of our political scientists returns to ABC Radio in a fortnightly segment to talk about politics.

25 January, 2018
Scaling new heights with Roger Chao

Scaling new heights with Roger Chao

In this interview, Roger talks about philosophy as a guiding life principle, learning from other cultures and keeping things in perspective.

18 January, 2018
Monash University news

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
What next for Mosul?

What next for Mosul?

After three years, Iraqi government forces have liberated Mosul from ISIS control. As the community begins to heal, it is Iraq’s female parliamentarians who are leading the efforts to rebuild.

24 July, 2017
Brexit – the big uncertainty

Brexit – the big uncertainty

It has been twelve months since the United Kingdom (UK) went to the polls and made the decision to leave the European Union (EU) – one that came as a shock both to many Brits as well as to the rest of the world.

18 July, 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

Zareh Ghazarian delivers Senate Occasional Lecture

Dr Zareh Ghazarian, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations from the School of Social Sciences, delivered the Senate Occasional Lecture in Parliament House, Canberra on 17 March, 2017.

20 March, 2017
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As the Liberal Party continues to fracture, we may be watching its demise

The Liberal Party is riven by internal bickering, with various camps claiming to speak for its “true” values and traditions. The contest is leading not to any prospect of unity or discipline, but to the party’s fragmentation.

28 February, 2017