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About the centre
The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney is a university-based research centre, dedicated to the rigorous analysis of American foreign policy, economics, politics and culture. The Centre is a national resource, that builds Australia’s awareness of the dynamics shaping America — and critically — their implications for Australia.
Yahoo! News reports on Foreign Minister Marise Payne's speech to the United States Studies Centre.
USSC director of trade and investment Stephen Kirchner is quoted in this article published by the Australian Financial Review.
USSC lecturer in American Studies Rodney Taveira is quoted in ABC Radio National Breakfast's report on the growing popularity of Hallowee'n in Australia.
Triple J's Hack program references a USSC-YouGov poll which surveyed Americans and Australians on what they think of socialism.
The Guardian Australia reports on Foreign Minister Marise Payne's address to the United States Studies Centre.
Sky News reports on Foreign Minister Marise Payne's address to the United States Studies Centre.
The US Government's leading Ukraine expert on the national security council has given damning evidence at impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump. USSC lecturer in foreign policy Gorana Grgic is quoted in this report...
This article published by The Australian refers to a speech by Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne at a United States Studies Centre event.
American Studies Lecturer Aaron Nyerges was interviewed by The Huffington Post about blackface and Halloween costumes.
Western democracies cannot be complacent about guarding the international rules-based order, Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne warned in a speech to the United States Studies Centre. National Affairs Editor Rob Harris covered the...
Australian Associated Press (AAP) and SBS report on Foreign Minister Marise Payne's address to the United States Studies Centre.
The Australian newspaper reports on Foreign Minister Marise Payne's address to the United States Studies Centre in Sydney.
In this interview on Sky News Senior Fellow at the US Studies Centre Bruce Wolpe says impeachment evidence against Donald Trump is “accumulating”, despite the US President’s best efforts to discredit the probe.
In this Sky News interview Senior Fellow at the US Studies Centre Bruce Wolpe says Donald Trump feels like he is “under siege” after the US President sent a warning to the country...
USSC lecturer in political science Shaun Ratcliff is quoted in this Australian Financial Review article.
Mia Love was the first ever black female Republican elected to Congress and for many, represented the future of the Republican party. She later had a high-profile falling out with President Donald Trump...
Associate Professor Brendon O'Connor joins ABC Radio with Myf Warhurst to discuss President Donald Trump and popular culture.
With the rise of China’s military strength, US strategists are working hard to predict how a war would play out. The USSC publication Averting Crisis: American strategy, military spending and collective defence in...
The impeachment noose is tightening around US President Donald Trump as his Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney admits that aid was withheld from Ukraine for political gain. United States Studies Centre senior fellow...
Senior Fellow at the US Studies Centre Bruce Wolpe says Democrats believe they have an “ironclad case” against President Donald Trump following “startling” admissions emerging from his impeachment inquiry.
The US President's acting...