Trump tramples polite politics
The Sydney Morning Herald
When the camera is on, there is a politeness to American political life that hides the contempt most politicians feel towards their opponents. And then there is Donald Trump, writes Brendon O'Connor.
Investing in women
Holme Building, University of Sydney
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Paris attacks have changed the presidential race
ABC The Drum
The attacks in Paris last week have put foreign policy front and centre in the race for the White House, and may see a dramatic shift in the fortunes of the frontrunners, writes John Barron.
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University of Sydney
Australian students who undertake the Master of United States Studies at the University of Sydney may be eligible for a scholarship worth up to $20,000.
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