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Data from the Australian National University illustrates trends in Australian public opinion on politics over a 25 year period.
Harvard University's Peter Hall reviews the book Democratic Decline and Democratic Renewal by Ian Marsh and Raymond Miller.
The Australian government's secrecy in the way it handles asylum-seekers is undermining its democratic accountability, writes Alex Reilly of the University of Adelaide.
Are plebiscites more democratic than elected representatives making decisions for us? Democracy Renewal's James Cahill, Lyn Carson of the New Democracy Foundation and QUT's Peter Black discuss on RN Sunday Extra.
Maxine McKew, Vice Chancellor's Fellow, University of Melbourne, argues the new Prime Minister may be able to restore faith in Australian democracy.
As regional elections unfold in France, eminent thinkers and practitioners at the 'Democracy in Transition' consider democracy and terrorism.
Dr Mark Triffitt from the University of Melbourne argues that major dysfunctions in our political system are stripping politicians of their ability to lead.
Research by the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance examines the non-contestatory mode of deliberation used at an Australian 'Citizens' Parliament'.
Former Victorian Premier John Brumby suggests some ways to 'fix' politics and its 'wicked' problems.
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