Uncertainty in the UK
The British electorate has rejected Theresa May and the Tories, making a no-deal outcome in Brexit talks more likely, says a University of Melbourne expert.
The battle for academic freedom in Europe
The University of Melbourne's Policy Shop podcast examines the Central European University's campaign against new Hungarian laws threatening academic freedom.
The new French president’s role in saving Europe
Emmanuel Macron has defeated Marine Le Pen in the presidential race; a University of Melbourne expert asks whether he will be key in saving the EU?
Europe holds its breath as France chooses its President
As Le Pen and Macron face off in the final round of the French presidential election, the University of Melbourne considers Macron's background and platform.
Russia’s meddling in the French elections: How and why?
Vladimir Putin's potential influence over elections in Western Europe are part of his goal to weaken NATO and return Russia to Superpower status.
Four reasons to watch the Dutch Election
The 2017 Dutch election will test whether far-Right populist politics are gaining traction in Europe, with a Trump-like disruption possible.
What ASEAN can learn from the Brexit vote
The Brexit vote stunned the world, but many of the concerns surrounding European regionalisation also apply to Asia. How ASEAN responds will be crucial.
Brexit: The challenge for Theresa May
Theresa May takes over as Prime Minister as a post-Brexit United Kingdom grapples with a future outside the European Union.
Brexit and Australia: The way forward
The Brexit vote may have put a spanner in the works just as Australia and the EU are closing in on a trade deal, but past hard work will pay off.
Brexit: Over and out
There are two reasons why Brexit has finished with the United Kingdom opting to leave the European Union – internal political agendas and the EU's own crisis.