Publications

Publications on EU-Australia relations

Special issue

  • Matera, M. and Murray, P. (eds.,) 2018, 'Special Issue: Australia and the European Union', Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 72, No. 3, 2018

Book chapters

  • Allison-Reumann, L., Matera, M. and Murray, P. (forthcoming 2020), "Differentiated disintegration and third countries: the implications of Brexit for relations between the EU, the UK and Australia" in S. Gänzle, B. Leruth and J. Trondal (eds.,) What future for European integration? Differentiated (dis)integration in light of Brexit, Routledge
  • Murray, P. 2018, "EU, ASEAN and ASEM: 'co-regionalism' in action", in Friends of Europe, My ASEM Wishlist. How Asia and Europe should really be Working Together, Brussels, Friends of Europe, pp. 21-23.
  • Murray, P. 2018, "EU-Australia FTA: From Trade Tensions to Fruitful Engagement", in Australian Institute of International Affairs, The EU and Australia: Towards a New Era, Canberra, Australian Institute of International Affairs/EU-Australia Leadership Forum, November 2018, pp. 45-48.
  • Murray, P. 2016, "Towards a strengthened EU strategy towards Australia: sharing values; respecting difference, consolidating policy depth," in Gippner, O. (ed.,) Changing Waters: Towards a new EU Asia strategy, LSE IDEAS, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, pp. 19-27
  • Benvenuti, A. and Murray P. 2013, "EU-Australia relations," in Christiansen T., Kirchner E. and Murray P. (eds.,) The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 603-617
  • Murray, P. 2010, "Australia in ASEM - Engagement and Expectations," in Yeo, L.H. and Hofmeister, W. (eds.,) The Asia-Europe Meeting: Engagement, Enlargement and Expectations. Singapore: EU Centre and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, pp. 52-78

Journal articles

  • Beeson, M. and Murray, P. (forthcoming, 2019), "Testing Times for Regionalism: Coping with great power rivalry in the Asia-Pacific", Asian Studies Review, Vol. 43, No. 4.
  • Brianson, A., Murray, P. (forthcoming, 2019), "Rethinking Britain’s Role in a Differentiated Europe – A Comparative Regionalism Perspective on the Consequences of Brexit," Journal of Common Market Studies.
  • Murray, P. (forthcoming, 2019), "Managing Security: Reimagining ASEAN’s regional role", Asian Studies Review, Vol. 43, No. 4.
  • Allison-Reumann, L., Matera, M. and Murray, P. 2018, "Assessing Australia's options in the context of Brexit: engaging with the UK and the EU," in Australian Journal of International Affairs Vol. 72, No. 3, pp. 287-303
  • Matera, M. and Murray, P. 2018, "Australia’s relationship with the European Union: from conflict to cooperation," in Australian Journal of International Affairs Vol. 72, No. 3, pp. 179-193
  • Matera, M. 2018, "Enhanced European Union-Australia security cooperation through crisis management," in Australian Journal of International Affairs Vol. 72, No. 3, pp. 224-239
  • Murray, P. 2018, "Australia's engagement with the European Union: Partnership choices and Critical Friends," in Australian Journal of International Affairs Vol. 72, No. 3, pp. 208-233
  • Murray, P. 2016, "EU-Australia Relations: a strategic partnership in all but name?" in Cambridge Review of International Affairs 29, 1, pp. 171-191
  • Murray, P. and A. Benvenuti, A. 2014, "EU-Australia Relations at half a century: Reassessing a Troubled Relationship," in Australian Journal of Politics and History 60, 3, pp. 431-448
  • Murray P. 2012, "European Studies and Research in Australia - bridging history and geography," in European Political Science 11, 3, pp. 298-313
  • Murray P. and Zolin B. 2012, "Australia and the EU: conflict, competition or engagement in agricultural and agrifood trade?" in Australian Journal of International Affairs 66, 2, pp. 103-122

Policy reports

Short articles and commentaries

Submissions and presentations to Parliament

  • Murray, P. 2017, Brexit: Unexpected Outcomes and Implications for the UK and Australia, Australasian Study of Parliament Group Victorian Chapter, Parliament of Victoria, Melbourne, 22 August
  • Murray, P. and Matera, M. 2017, Presentation to Public Hearing for the Inquiry into Australia's Trade and Investment Relationship with the United Kingdom, Department of the House of Representatives, Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, Trade Sub-Committee, Victorian Parliamentary Offices, Melbourne, 4 July
  • Murray, P. Allison-Reumann, L., and Matera, M. 2017, Submission to the Inquiry into Australia's trade and investment relationship with the United Kingdom, Department of the House of Representatives, Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, Trade Sub-Committee, 27 March

Podcast

Davis G., Daley, J. and Murray, P. 2016, "Swimming in a sea of bureaucracy," Pursuit, The Policy Shop podcast, The University of Melbourne, 20 June

Forthcoming TANPEAR Publications 

Publication of an Edited Volume

  • Introduction – Philomena Murray (The University of Melbourne) and Margherita Matera (The University of Melbourne)
  • Convergence of EU and Australian Views on the International Trading system in the Twenty-First Century – Richard Pomfret (University of Adelaide)
  • The EU and Australian Approaches to Trade Bilateralism: Synergies and Discrepancies¬ – Lachlan McKenzie (ANZSOG) and Evgeny Postnikov (The University of Melbourne)
  • Enhancing EU-Australia security cooperation – Margherita Matera (The University of Melbourne)
  • Australia and the EU: Shared interests in humanitarianism, the case of the Pacific Islands – Isaac Kfir (Australian Strategic Policy Institute)
  • Opportunities for EU-Australia regional engagement in light of China’s assertiveness and evolving dynamics in the Indo-Pacific - Nicola Casarini, (Istituto Affari Internazionali)
  • Towards closer engagement: regional cooperation and linkages – Philomena Murray (The University of Melbourne)
  • Tbc – Laura Allison-Reumann (Nanyang Technological University)
  • Cooperating on migration and asylum in the Asia Pacific: the EU and Australia's approach to tackling root causes - Tamara Tubakovic (The University of Melbourne
  • Conclusion - Philomena Murray (The University of Melbourne) and Margherita Matera (The University of Melbourne)

Publication of second Policy Report for key stakeholders