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  • New Sydney Policy Lab awards researchers $330K[20 June 2017]

    Projects addressing complex policy issues, from cybersecurity to domestic violence, have been funded under new Sydney Policy Lab.

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  • Cyber 9/12 student challenge[24 May 2017]

    In the Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge, student teams tackle a major – fictional but realistic – cyber attack and develop policy recommendations that respond to this evolving crisis. The competition is designed to provide students across academic disciplines with a deeper understanding of the policy challenges associated with cyber conflict, as well as a unique opportunity to interact with expert mentors and senior professionals in cyber security. Register now!

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  • 5 things to know about Eurovision[12 May 2017]

    Associate Professor Anika Gauja looks beyond the songs and smoke machines to explain what Eurovision tells us about politics and society today.

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  • Honour for acclaimed author and alumna Anne Summers[9 May 2017]

    Government and International Relations Alumna Dr Anne Summers AO, a best-selling author and voice for generations of women, has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Sydney.

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  • Populism a risk to electoral integrity: new report[9 May 2017]

    The Electoral Integrity Project's annual report ranks more than 200 elections including recent U.S, Russian, and Australian polls.

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  • Anika Gauja and the politics of Eurovision[5 May 2017]

    In the run up to her Sydney Ideas event on Eurovision and politics, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences caught up with Associate Professor Anika Gauja from the Department of Government and International Relations to understand more about the singing event's global appeal, her stint on Masterchef and why Conchita Wurst should sing the next Bond theme.

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  • How the Paris attack will influence the French election[4 May 2017]

    As Paris is rocked by a police shooting days out from the Presidential election, University of Sydney experts in security and politics weigh in on the corresponding security issues and implications.

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