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.
We know we were colonised by the British and built by the criminals they sent here.
But how much do we really understand about the very beginning of European settlement in Australia?
David Hill, former managing director of the ABC and author of Convict Colony
Whatever you think about the Communist regime, there is no market that will replace China for decades as far as Australia is concerned.
So why are we so worried about China’s intentions?
Like most countries, Australia has a growing population of homeless citizens. Are we looking in all...
Does Australia face a 'cold peace' with China?
The recent refusal of entry to two Australian politicians certainly fans that fear.
James Paterson, Liberal Senator from Victoria
Andrew Hastie, Liberal MP from WA
How the Liberals become the 'surprise party' of 2019.