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Political Redemption in Sight for Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison
April 17, 2020

Political Redemption in Sight for Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison

By Joshua Mcdonald
Amid devastating bushfires earlier this year Morrison’s leadership was in question. His handling of COVID-19 may be his political resurrection.

Australian Bushfires: A Government in Disarray
January 13, 2020

Australian Bushfires: A Government in Disarray

By Joshua Mcdonald
PM Morrison has two options: confront the far-right elements within his government or forever be linked to Australia’s climate decline.
Fiddling While Australia Burns
November 21, 2019

Fiddling While Australia Burns

By Joshua Mcdonald
While leaders prevaricate on climate issues, the toll is growing – this time in the form of devastating bushfires.

What Next For ‘Miracle Man’ Morrison?
June 06, 2019

What Next For ‘Miracle Man’ Morrison?

By Anthony Fensom
Can Morrison and Australia's Coalition make the most of an unexpected election victory?

Australia’s Election Delivers Morrison’s Miracle
May 21, 2019

Australia’s Election Delivers Morrison’s Miracle

By Anthony Fensom
In a shock upset, the ruling coalition will stay in government under Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Australian Prime Minister Predicts Close Election Result
May 17, 2019

Australian Prime Minister Predicts Close Election Result

By Rod McGuirk
The odds are in favor of the opposition, but incumbent Scott Morrison remains hopeful.

The Evolving Australia-Indonesia Relationship Amid Election Season
April 19, 2019

The Evolving Australia-Indonesia Relationship Amid Election Season

By Grant Wyeth
With Jokowi likely scoring another term in Indonesia, the bilateral relationship’s direction balances on Australia’s pending polls.
Australia’s Liberal Party Releases National Security Plan Ahead of May Elections
February 21, 2019

Australia’s Liberal Party Releases National Security Plan Ahead of May Elections

By Samuel Bashfield & James Mortensen
The plan broadens the church of national security but it doesn’t provide much clarity.

Australia’s Israel Embassy Decision and the Convergence of Conservative Identity
December 18, 2018

Australia’s Israel Embassy Decision and the Convergence of Conservative Identity

By Grant Wyeth
Australia’s foreign policy may be moving into a phase where it is no longer mostly above partisan 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?

Liberal Bloodbath Repels Australian Voters
November 27, 2018

Liberal Bloodbath Repels Australian Voters

By Anthony Fensom
The ruling party is already paying the price for its party room coup this summer.
Australian Government's Balancing Act Gets a Little Bit Harder
October 24, 2018

Australian Government's Balancing Act Gets a Little Bit Harder

By Anthony Fensom
The loss in the Wentworth by-election cost the Morrison government its lower house majority.

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