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A first test for Timor-Leste’s cohabitants
14 August 2018
The combination of a Fretilin president and an Alliance government is testing the country’s system
What sort of country will Malaysia become?
16 May 2018
Can the five parties of the governing coalition reconcile very different priorities?
Will Batman’s voters take no for an answer?
8 March 2018
The Sunshine State continues to make its mark in Melbourne’s closely watched federal by-election
The end of the era of mass politics?
26 February 2018
Can the big political parties regain a sense of legitimacy, or have the conditions that sustained them come to an end?
Books & Arts
How the Show went on
28 January 2018
| A former communist and a former Catholic activist combine forces to cast new light on the organisation that helped fuel the Labor split
Newspoll and the new reality of post-election polling
Peter Brent | Mumble
30 August 2016
The global financial crisis continues to make governing difficult, writes
. No wonder this week’s poll figures aren’t so good for the Coalition
Dust settles, history mostly vindicated
15 July 2016
After a long campaign and a long count, the result isn’t so surprising after all, writes
Essays & Reportage
The beginning of the end of the White Australia policy
1 July 2016
Legal reforms in June 1966 removed much of the discrimination built into Australia’s migration policy, writes
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