Professor Paul Strangio from Monash University will present a free public lecture on the significance of the first Australian federal parliamentary sittings in Melbourne over a quarter of a century ago.
Dr Zareh Ghazarian, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations from the School of Social Sciences, … Continue reading Zareh Ghazarian delivers Senate Occasional Lecture
by James Walter The Liberal Party is riven by internal bickering, with various camps claiming to … Continue reading As the Liberal Party continues to fracture, we may be watching its demise
Rocking the boat: Scott Morrison and his infamous lump of carbon. AAP Image/Mick Tsikas by David … Continue reading Playing politics with renewables: how the right is losing its way
Narelle Miragliotta, Monash University Elections are colourful affairs, and the March 11 state election in … Continue reading WA state election: Liberals’ deal with One Nation may come back to bite them
Narelle Miragliotta, Monash University Senator Cory Bernardi’s decision to quit the Liberal Party comes as … Continue reading Bernardi should have resigned his Senate seat: here’s why
Colleen Lewis, Monash University It is regrettable that the path leading to the establishment of … Continue reading Turnbull makes a good start on expenses, but needs to go further
Andrew Gunn, University of Leeds and Michael Mintrom, Monash University This year will see the … Continue reading Five things to consider when designing a policy to measure research impact
Colleen Lewis, Monash University What is it that too many politicians don’t get about the … Continue reading Expenses reform is easy and essential – the only thing lacking is politicians’ resolve to do it
Remy Davison, Monash University The Turnbull government’s Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) takes place … Continue reading What is rumbling Australia’s economy ahead of MYEFO
Maria Tanyag is a PhD candidate in International Relations with the Monash Gender, Peace and … Continue reading Dangerous Research: PhD candidate Maria Tanyag on field work and feminist research
Nick Economou, Monash University; Carol Johnson, University of Adelaide, and Natalie Mast, University of Western … Continue reading Parliament finishes for 2016, capping off a messy, turbulent year
Jacqui True, Monash University and Aida Arfan Hozić, University of Florida This is what we … Continue reading There is no female president this time, and women are divided about it
Remy Davison, Monash University 2016 will go down as a watershed year for all the … Continue reading Trump can kill trade deals but he can’t kill globalisation
Noor Huda Ismail, Monash University Jakarta saw its biggest protest in years on Friday, prompting … Continue reading How Jakarta’s first Chinese Indonesian governor became an easy target for radical Islamic groups
Nick Economou, Monash University When he displaced Tony Abbott as Liberal Party leader, Malcolm Turnbull … Continue reading Turnbull will not succeed as prime minister unless he unites his party
Monash Art’s Associate Professor Paul Strangio will be giving a lecture in Canberra this week as … Continue reading Paul Strangio at the Australian Senate Occasional Lecture Series
Nick Economou, Monash University Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Liberal colleagues have had a … Continue reading The new Senate looms as a serious problem for a damaged Malcolm Turnbull
The 2016 federal election has finally come to an end, with the AEC declaring who will sit in the next Senate. Monash Arts Zareh Ghazarian explains what it all means.
Noor Huda Ismail, Monash University One of the important pillars of Roman law for finding … Continue reading Jihad Selfie: listening to ‘the other side’ in documentary film
Remy Davison, Monash University In a 650-page report last week, the IMF’s own Independent Evaluation … Continue reading A complacent, secretive IMF failed to deal with EU crisis; what’s changed?
Colleen Lewis, Monash University At long last, Australia has a government that is prepared to … Continue reading Queenslanders will soon see in real-time who’s paying politicians – now Canberra must act
Zareh Ghazarian, Monash University Australia has burned through five prime ministers in five years – … Continue reading Explainer: what’s at stake in the Australian election?
Paul Strangio, Monash University In this first of two major essays on the men who … Continue reading Shorten the consensus leader unites a fractured Labor, but it may not quite be enough
Narelle Miragliotta, Monash University At the Greens campaign launch in Melbourne last Sunday, Richard Di … Continue reading A fringe group no more, the Greens put the frighteners on the two major parties