2020Vision: The politics of climate change
Professor of Environmental Politics David Schlosberg joins the podcast this week to discuss the politics of climate change, the environmental policies of the 2020 Democratic candidates and whether climate change will remain a central issue in next year's presidential election.
The frontrunners: Foreign Policy and the Democratic Party in 2020
A new USSC report examines the ideological differences at play in the current field of Democratic Presidential hopefuls and how they will shape future of the party's foreign policy platform with consequences that demand Australia's attention.
Averting Crisis: American strategy, military spending and collective defence in the Indo-Pacific
In new research published by the Centre, Ashley Townshend, Brendan Thomas-Noone and Matilda Steward argue that in the absence of hard choices by US leaders to spend more on defence or do less in the world, the United States will confront rising levels of strategic risk with destabilising consequences for the Indo-Pacific.
Australians prefer any Democrat to Trump, but Trump leads four out of seven Democratic candidates
Just over a year out from the next US presidential election, a new poll released by the United States Studies Centre and YouGov has provided the first major insight into who Australians want to occupy the White House and how this compares to American voters.