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The public's lack of trust in our political and business elites is a major obstacle to a viable reform agenda for Australia’s future, writes Mark Triffit from the University of Melbourne.
Columnist Tim Dick in The Age blames the poor state of political leadership in Australia for the likely failure of major tax reform.
Data compiled by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation shows how many leadership changes there have been since 2002.
The Swinburne Leadership Survey examines the trustworthiness and competence of Australian leaders.
Gordon Goldstein in The Washington Post reviews Moises Naim’s book The End of Power which argues 'power is becoming easier to disrupt and harder to consolidate'.
Der Speigel's Mathieu von Rohr argues France is experiencing a democratic malaise due to a chronic lack of political leadership.
Successful political leadership is so demanding it's almost impossible, writes Peter John Chen from the University of Sydney.
Mark Triffit from the University of Melbourne asks what has become of political heroes?
Tom Quinn at the University of Essex writes on what the success of left-wing candidate Jeremy Corbyn will mean for British politics.
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