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Thorvaldur Gylfason from the University of Iceland outlines how the island nation sought to reshape its Constitution and political system after the GFC.
John Menadue, former Secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, argues lobbying is a 'serious corruption of good governance'.
Anthony Zurcher in a blog for the BBC reviews the burgeoning infuence of campaign finance in deciding the result of the 2014 US Congressional elections.
Sydney University's John Keane argues parliamentary democracy is drifting back to 18th Century models.
David Skelton argues in The New Statesman that rule of the people has been replaced by rule of technocrats.
Former US Congressman Lee Hamilton ponders the pros and cons of using direct democracy to reinvigorate the American political system.
Nancy Rosenblum of Harvard University calls for greater political imagination and sense of agency to address democracy's failings.
A review of Frank Vibert's book, Rise of the Unelected, which looks at the ever-expanding role of non-elected experts and technocrats in making major policy in liberal democracies.
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