By Connor Pound Published 22/02/2017 Although the Greens have not a sliver of a chance of ever actually implementing it, their coal policy may be … Continue reading What would the Greens’ coal policy mean for Australia?
Published 10/12/2016 Today is International Human Rights Day and marks the 68th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the United Nations … Continue reading Do you know the rights the United Nations has guaranteed you?
Connor Pound Published 09/12/2016 Populism is on the rise and all now see it. People around the world are losing faith in status quo politics: … Continue reading En Marche: the answer to populism
Donald Trump is a political anomaly. Despite having lost the election a thousand times through his words and actions, a comeback in recent polls suggests … Continue reading What would a Trump Presidency mean for Australia?
By Connor Pound Published: 24/07/2016 Australia at the front of queue for UK free trade agreement Australia became the first country to enter into talks with the United Kingdom … Continue reading This week in Australian politics: 18/07/16
By Blake Hampton Published 24/05/2016 From sliding polls to poorly timed tweets and outrage from the right wing of the Liberal base, Malcolm Turnbull’s honeymoon … Continue reading Turnbull’s Popularity Decline Places Added Pressure On Budget Week
By Connor Pound Published 01/05/2016 As both the election season and budget draw nearer all eyes are on Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten to make some major … Continue reading This Week in Australian Politics: 25/04/16
By Antony Scholefield Published 27/04/2016 There’s never been a more exciting time to fix media ownership laws. The Turnbull government’s decision to loosen controls on … Continue reading Government media reforms deliver on Innovation Promise
By Blake Hampton Published 11/04/2016 An unprecedented political revolution is happening in the United States right now. Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders is drawing tens of … Continue reading Does Australia have a Bernie Sanders?
By Antony Scholefield Published 23/03/2016 The Australian government has used its 2016 Defence White Paper to pledge about $10 billion over 20 years to electronic … Continue reading Electronic Warfare: Australian government doing what it can