Six months after losing the unlosable election, what now for the Australian Labor Party?
Some believe that Bill Shorten took the right mix of policies to the May 18 election. Others say there should have been a shift towards the centre.
One thing was clear. The voting public did not want either.
Nick Dyrenfurth, executive director of the John Curtin Research Centre and author of Getting the blues: the future of Australian Labor.
Emma Dawson, executive director of Per Capita.
Britain is heading towards the most unpredictable and important general election in living memory.
Will it be enough to solve the Brexit crisis?
Isabel Oakeshott, former political editor at the Sunday Times and Sunday Mail and co-author of Call me Dave, a biography of former British prime minister David Cameron.
Mary Dejevsky, columnist with The Guardian and The Independent and former correspondent in Washington and Moscow.
Vale Owen Harries
Welsh-born Owen Harries was one of Australia’s most significant foreign-policy thinkers. A conservative and realist, he battled the doves during the Vietnam era and the hawks during the war on terror. From his editorial post at the National Interest magazine he played an...
Border tensions between China and India
The Himalayan border region between China and India has been in dispute since 1962. This month, a violent clash between troops resulted in twenty Indian and an unknown number of Chinese deaths. Will the recent escalation push India away from China for...
Preserving the past
Geoffrey Blainey — who coined the term ‘the tyranny of distance’, is one of Australian’s most prolific and well known historians. He discusses Australia’s record on race relations and the removal of historic statues.
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