The Trump bubble will burst
US News & World Report
The GOP's populism problem leads it to briefly back unelectable candidates like Donald Trump, says research associate Nicole Hemmer, even if it won't back them for the presidency.
Future of US Economic Engagement in the Asia-Pacific
New Law School Lecture Theatre, University of Sydney
The US Studies Centre and US Consulate General Sydney are hosting a special presentation by Kurt Tong, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs.
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TPP trade reps meet in Hawaii
ABC Radio National Breakfast
Alliance 21 director James Brown explains why trade representatives want to get a deal done on a pact that will cover 40 per cent of the world's population - before the US presidential election grows any closer.
Evangelicalism and secularism in the United States and Britain
US Studies Centre, Institute Building, University of Sydney
David Bebbington from the University of Stirling examines the history of evangelicalism and secularisation in the United States and Britain since the 18th century.
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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
Traditional trade issues remain the major sticking points in the final stages of negotiation on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, says Centre CEO Bates Gill.
Watch full video of the sessions from the Centre's conference marking ten years of the US–Australia Free Trade Agreement.