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With Secret Self-Appointments, Morrison Torched Australia’s Democracy
August 24, 2022

With Secret Self-Appointments, Morrison Torched Australia’s Democracy

By Patricia O’Brien
The wider reckoning about Morrison’s misdeeds, and how he came to rise to the heights of power in the first place, is going to be deeply uncomfortable.

Macho Election Tactics Miss the Point in Australia
May 16, 2022

Macho Election Tactics Miss the Point in Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Politicians will no doubt continue to wrap themselves in high-vis vests, but come election day it is women who will make themselves seen.
Scott Morrison Called ‘Hypocrite and Liar’ in Leaked Texts By Political Allies
February 08, 2022

Scott Morrison Called ‘Hypocrite and Liar’ in Leaked Texts By Political Allies

By Joshua Mcdonald
The prime minister was called a “complete psycho” and other unflattering things by allies and adversaries alike as intra-party divisions continue to roil Australian politics. 

Australia’s Liberal Party in Disarray
December 07, 2018

Australia’s Liberal Party in Disarray

By Grant Wyeth
Does the party have the ability to purge its reactionary elements and realign itself as a responsible governing entity?

Why Australia's New Government Won't Change Course on China
September 11, 2018

Why Australia's New Government Won't Change Course on China

By Elena Collinson
The new government isn’t likely to change course on its predecessor's efforts to lower the temperature in Australia-China relations.

Polls and Party Room Infighting Undermine the Australian Government
August 31, 2018

Polls and Party Room Infighting Undermine the Australian Government

By Patrick Stafrace
Australia’s revolving door of prime ministers is a symptom of a weakening political system.

What Happened to Australia’s Liberal Party?
August 29, 2018

What Happened to Australia’s Liberal Party?

By Grant Wyeth
The party’s internal meltdown is rooted in the tensions inherent to its liberal and conservative roots.
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