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Why is Australia Trying to Push Migrants Away from Sydney and Melbourne?
October 11, 2018

Why is Australia Trying to Push Migrants Away from Sydney and Melbourne?

By Grant Wyeth
Canberra simply doesn’t understand the power and pull of urban spaces in the modern economy.
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.

The Fall Out From Australia's Leadership Shake Up
August 28, 2018

The Fall Out From Australia's Leadership Shake Up

By Anthony Fensom
With polls looming next year, where does the country go from here?

Leadership Turmoil Rocks Australia
August 22, 2018

Leadership Turmoil Rocks Australia

By Anthony Fensom
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull barely survives a leadership challenge from within his party.
Why Is Peaceful, Prosperous Australia Anxious?
August 17, 2018

Why Is Peaceful, Prosperous Australia Anxious?

By Grant Wyeth
As global focus turns increasingly to the Indo-Pacific, it’s no time for Australia to retreat into fearful, baseless timidity.

The Batman By-Election: The Carmichael Mine Matter
February 08, 2018

The Batman By-Election: The Carmichael Mine Matter

By Grant Wyeth
In inner-city Melbourne, an upcoming special election is focused 2,000 km away on a mine in Queensland.
Hidden in Plain Sight: Australia’s Foreign Workers
December 19, 2017

Hidden in Plain Sight: Australia’s Foreign Workers

By Grant Wyeth
A new report stresses the urgent need for Canberra to review and reform its Seasonal Workers Program.

Australia's Parliament Takes a Turn Toward Satire
August 23, 2017

Australia's Parliament Takes a Turn Toward Satire

By Edward Cavanough
The government is in freefall over a dual citizenship fiasco.

An Australian Republic, If You Can Referendum It
August 02, 2017

An Australian Republic, If You Can Referendum It

By Grant Wyeth
Will Canberra ditch the British monarchy? The Labor party wants to put it to a vote.

Two Dual Citizens Resign From the Australian Parliament
July 19, 2017

Two Dual Citizens Resign From the Australian Parliament

By Grant Wyeth
The resignations highlight a disconnect between the country’s constitution and its present reality.
What Is China's Meddling in Australia Actually Buying?
June 26, 2017

What Is China's Meddling in Australia Actually Buying?

By Kerry Brown
Of all major liberal, multi-party democracies, Australia may be the most exposed to China.

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