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Former Victorian Premier John Brumby suggests some ways to 'fix' politics and its 'wicked' problems.
There's a risk that migrants are disenfranchised from their adopted political systems, argues the University of Birmingham's Jenny Phillimore.
The University of Melbourne's Tim Lynch says the Trans-Pacific Partnership will promote democracy through trade.
Elected officials welcome ways to inject the voices of citizens into deliberative bodies, argues the ANU's Carolyn Hendriks.
Peter Burdon from the Adelaide Law School asks whether democracy is fit-for-purpose to deal with climate change.
Data compiled by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation shows how many leadership changes there have been since 2002.
VIDEO: A comedy debate about the fact and fiction of working in the Australian government.
How best to reform federalism and improve education? Bronwyn Hinz from the Melbourne School of Government canvasses some options.
EXPLAINER: The Melbourne Law School's Andrew Mitchell looks at the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal which will significantly effect the working of democracy.
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