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
Public seminar hosted by Monash European and EU Centre For the past decade the European … Continue reading The European External Action Service: Pursuing the EU’s International Priorities
The collapse of both Communist power and the USSR in 1991 was a shock for … Continue reading Russia since the Collapse of Communism