Public opinion in the age of Trump: The United States and Australia compared
A comprehensive comparison of public opinion in Australia and the United States on topics ranging from social security, abortion, the #MeToo movement, climate change, gun control, the future of work, China and trade overwhelmingly concludes that Americans and Australians aren’t as similar as we might assume.
Impeachment: The insiders' guide
After a marathon fortnight of congressional impeachment hearings, the United States Studies Centre has assembled a compilation of essays by its experts to comment on the discussions occurring behind doors, the arguments that will play out in public, and the precedents being set and broken every day that this process unfolds.
Ebbing opportunity: Australia and the US National Technology and Industrial Base
A new USSC report argues that the United States' National Technology and Industrial Base – a congressionally-mandated multilateral framework which includes Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada – has only managed to facilitate some limited bilateral cooperation between members, rather than the goal of fostering a 'defence free-trade area'.