Dr Benjamin E. Goldsmithis a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney. His research and teaching are in the areas of international relations, comparative foreign policy, and political psychology. Before joining the University of Sydney in 2008, Dr Goldsmith previously taught at other universities in Australia, Singapore, and the United States. Dr Goldsmith presented his paper (written jointly with Yusaku Horiuchi of Australian National University) US Public Diplomacy and International Public Opinion at the June 2008 Research Seminar Series. The paper examines the question of global public opinion on the US post 9/11 by estimating the effects of US high-level visits to foreign countries on public opinion on US foreign policy in those countries.
US public diplomacy and international public opinion
20 June 2008. 4.00pm–5.30pm AEDT
26 May 2023
While debt-ceiling negotiations required President Biden to call off the Australia leg of his recent trip to the region, this did not stop progress on a number of major initiatives across the Indo-Pacific.
25 May 2023
In the era of strategic competition, debate about how to preserve the international rules-based order without provoking a catastrophic conflict continues unabated.