Eglantine Staunton

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Dr Eglantine Staunton is a Senior Lecturer (Fellow) in the Department of International Relations (Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs) at the Australian National University. Her work focuses on human protection (in particular, atrocity prevention and the Responsibility to Protect), norm diffusion, and France's foreign policy.

France-Australia: Moving beyond AUKUS
France-Australia: Moving beyond AUKUS
A change of PM has certainly helped, and the latest Lowy Poll suggests no enduring damage has been done to relations.
A rebirth of the European Union in the shadow of the Ukraine invasion
A rebirth of the European Union in the shadow of the Ukraine invasion
Has Vladimir Putin achieved precisely what he hoped not to?
AUKUS: France’s strategic outcry
AUKUS: France’s strategic outcry
After the drama of recalled ambassadors in the wake of a new Indo-Pacific strategic deal, it’s time for dialogue.
Macron and Biden: “Friends, allied, but not aligned”
Macron and Biden: “Friends, allied, but not aligned”
After the tests of Donald Trump, the French president has flagged he will be a demanding partner for America.
Macron’s risky quest for equilibrium via rapprochement
Macron’s risky quest for equilibrium via rapprochement
The French president has extended a hand to Russia to strengthen Europe in world dominated by the US and China.
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