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University of Wollongong's Gregory Melleuish argues Australia's recent Prime Ministers have lacked the calibre to hold off their intra-party rivals.
The University of Melbourne's Jim Middleton argues opinion polls aren't to blame for leadership instability in Australia.
The University of Melbourne's Denis Muller takes a look at the media's influence over public policy.
Figures released by the European Parliament show EU elections in 2014 attracted lowest-ever voter participation.
James Pfiffner from George Mason University examines the causes for why the US Congress is passing the lowest number of new laws in over 70 years.
The UK Electoral Commission maintains a database of private campaign donations and public election funding to UK political parties.
Research by Simon Hix of the London School of Economics has led to changes in how European Parliament members are chosen, their votes recorded, and has impacted the debate on how the President of the European Commission is chosen.
A report from the University of Canberra concludes Australian democracy is ill, but not terminal.
Luca Belgiorno-Nettis, founder of democracy think-tank newDemocracy, writes in The Sydney Morning Herald that democracy needs to revamp itself by rediscovering the collaborative 'power of the people'.
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