Ben Wellings, Monash University Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has opened a fundamental … Continue reading Brexit stage right: what Britain’s decision to leave the EU means for Australia
By Dr Ben Wellings Crisis, as we know, is the new normal in Europe. The … Continue reading ‘Brexit’ and the future of the European Union
by Ben Wellings In the wake of the Scottish referendum last September, I argued that … Continue reading Plural Politics: British-style
by Remy Davison Markets loathe uncertainty. They particularly despise uncertainty as the year draws to … Continue reading Despite a looming political crisis, Greece is no longer the threat to the Eurozone that it was in 2012
by Ben Wellings If planning a holiday is half the fun of actually taking one, … Continue reading ‘The more things stay the same, the more they change’
by Ben Wellings When a small nation of four million people pushed for independence there were … Continue reading Why does our Prime Minister oppose independence for Scotland?
By Ben Wellings and Shanti Sumartojo When prime minister Tony Abbottdeclared at Villers-Bretonneux that “no place … Continue reading Who owns the myths and legends of the Great War centenary?
Since early 2014, several events at Monash University and at other universities with the involvement … Continue reading Monash Staff Media Commentary roundup: MH17 and the War in Eastern Ukraine
On the 13th of June, the Monash European and EU Centre and Monash Asia Institute will … Continue reading The Global Food System: a focus on power, equity and justice
The European Union Delegation in Australia in conjunction with the Melbourne Press Club, the University … Continue reading European and EU Centre Seminar: European Parliament Elections
by Ben Wellings and Zareh Ghazarian UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage now has a … Continue reading What Farage and UKIP could learn from the One Nation experience
by Rémy Davison Some 400 million eligible voters, 751 seats, 28 countries: a portrait of … Continue reading Far-right rises in European Parliament elections, but is it a ‘Euroquake’?
by Ben Wellings In recent years we have become used to the idea of ‘Europe … Continue reading Euro apathy a breeding ground for populist politics
Monash’s Ben Wellings was interviewed by Amanda Vanstone on ABC’s Counterpoint on European independence referendums, … Continue reading Monash academic interview: European independence referendums
Public lecture by the Greek Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Haris Dafaranos The Greek economic crisis, … Continue reading EU at the Crossroads: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead
A public seminar presented by the Monash European and EU Centre, the Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian … Continue reading The March 2014 Crimean Referendum: Contexts, Continuities, and Consequences
Dr Eliana Maestri (University of Warwick) visited Melbourne recently to conduct interviews with second and … Continue reading Exploring perceptions of Europe in Italian Australian cultural productions
Australia & Italia // Foto & Photos is a photographic competition which aims to bring … Continue reading Competition: Australia and Italia / Foto and Photos
The MEEUC is very pleased to congratulate this month not one but two doctoral candidates … Continue reading Congratulations PhD candidates
By Rémy Davison With eight months left on his contract, Treasury Secretary Martin Parkinson decided … Continue reading Raise the GST: the conversation we have to have?
by Ben Wellings Something unusual is happening in Britain: people are actually interested in the … Continue reading Clegg, Farage and English Euroscepticism
The latest from the delegation of the European Commission to Australia and New Zealand in … Continue reading News@EU Update for 28 March 2014
Contributions are invited from Australian and New Zealand postgraduate students in history for publication in … Continue reading CfP: Melbourne Historical Journal
An illustrated talk by Professor John Spiers(Institute of English Studies, University of London) Wednesday 9 … Continue reading Just the Ticket! The Surprising Origins, Wonderful Life, and Shock Death of 19th Century Railway Library Fiction