News and Events
Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais from Department of Sociology and Social Policy, School of Social and Political Sciences, published an article about US hegemony in Asia Pacific on The Conversation.
In many countries, polling day ends with disputes about ballot-box fraud, corruption, and flawed registers. Which claims are accurate? And which are false complaints from sore losers?
Allan McConnell (Government and International Relations/Social and Political Sciences) and Andrew Hindmoor (University of Sheffield) have won the prestigious Political Studies Association (PSA) Harrison Prize for for the best article published in Political Studies in 2013.
The research is gaining wide attention, including a feature on BBC News online.
Results suggest foreign aid programs are increasingly important geostrategic tool.
A new study by Australian and US researchers, including Associate Professor Ben Goldsmith from the University of Sydney, provides the first empirical evidence using cross-national data that foreign aid can greatly improve foreign public opinion of donor countries.
Aboriginal Studies Press and The Balmain Institute invite you to the launch of: Protest, Land Rights and Riots: postcolonial struggles in Australia in the 1980s by Barry Morris. To be launched by Professor Gillian Cowlishaw.
The annual conference of the Australian Political Studies Association will meet from Sunday 28th September to Wednesday 1st October 2014 at the University of Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Forecasting to prevent mass atrocity[10 January 2014]
As the crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR) worsens, researchers from the Atrocity Forecasting Project, including chief investigator Associate Professor Ben Goldsmith from the University of Sydney, argue that models for predicting genocide and politicide could help prevent these instances of mass violence.
New Book - Challenging the Orthodoxy: Reflections on Frank Stilwell's Contribution to Political Economy[5 December 2013]
Last April the Department of Political Economy held a conference to celebrate the contribution of its Emeritus Professor Frank Stilwell. The speakers included an array of renowned heterodox economists and political activists from Australia and abroad. The topics included various aspects of economic policy, approaches to teaching, income inequality and social justice, regions and cities, and environmental issues.