#MeToo and the lessons from Hillary Clinton's campaign
Has #MeToo brought lasting change to the US politics? Will Hillary Clinton's failed presidential campaign loom over women candidates in 2020? Director of the North American Studies Program at Germany's University of Bonn, Dr Sabine Sielke, joins the podcast this week to answer these questions and discuss the recent attacks on women's reproductive rights in the United States.
Bringing industry to airports: How the US experience can help Western Sydney take off
How can the US experience in industry development around airports be applied to Western Sydney Airport? Our latest report examines areas of future high-tech export potential and gives recommendations for how to encourage the emergence of industry clusters focused on aerospace and defence, food and agribusiness, medical devices and advanced manufacturing.
The end of Chimerica: The passing of global economic consensus and the rise of US–China strategic technological competition
On 4 October 2018, US Vice President Mike Pence delivered a speech in Washington, DC that laid out a comprehensive list of complaints about Chinese behaviour. No senior member of any administration has ever delivered such blunt remarks focused so exclusively on China’s wrongdoings and its unique and unprecedented challenge to America interests and international order.