Nina Markovic Khaze
Dr Nina Markovic Khaze (PhD, MAIR-MDip, ANU; BA/Hons UWA) is the Chair of the European Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand (NSW/ACT Branch) and an Executive Board member of the Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies (AACaPS). She has been working as a sessional academic at UNSW and Macquarie University since 2014, and prior to joining academia, as a Senior Researcher for Europe and Middle East at the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security section of the Parliamentary Library (2007–14). She provides weekly political commentary for SBS radio and has appeared as an expert commentator for European and Australasian affairs for local and international media.
Full throttle: Australia’s advantages alongside Azerbaijan
Geopolitical change opens the chance to capitalise on goodwill for a potentially valuable partnership.
Power plays: the growing competition to fuel energy transitions
Serbia’s decision to cancel a lithium mine in the face of environmental outcry underscores a modern economic challenge.
There is life in the Non-Alignment Movement yet
This 60-year-old Cold War relic is finding new voice as a venue separated from institutions of the West.
Russia-US relations in 2021: Key things to watch out for
For all the talk of China, the Russia factor is still a huge challenge for the Biden administration.
Trump’s gambit in the Balkans
Drawing down troops from Germany one day, inserting the US into the Serbia-Kosovo dispute the next. What’s at play?
Europe’s big bonds and the prospect of a boon for Australia
Hundreds of billions will be devoted to Covid-19 economic recovery, and with it comes a huge investment opportunity.