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The UK’s Hansard Society finds the vast majority of British voters don't believe they can influence politics and think the behaviour of politicians is declining.
Successful political leadership is so demanding it's almost impossible, writes Peter John Chen from the University of Sydney.
The University of Pittsburgh's Melanie Hughes reviews the book Contagious Representation by Frank Thames and Margaret Williams.
Tom Quinn at the University of Essex writes on what the success of left-wing candidate Jeremy Corbyn will mean for British politics.
The University of Melbourne's Bill Harley argues workers are no more able to control their workplaces than they've ever been.
The Paris climate deal shows multilateralism can work, argues the University of Melbourne's Robyn Eckersley
Data from the Australian National University illustrates trends in Australian public opinion on politics over a 25 year period.
Rob Hoffman from Swinburne University finds that 20% of eligible voters are not participating in Australian elections.
Democratic political strategist Peter Fenn writes that political donations in the run up to the 2016 US Presidential election are out of control and ruining America's democratic system.
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