Analysis

This election, voters could ask whether Australia could be a diplomat, rather than a deputy in the Asian century.
David Malet

Why do politicians increasingly use spin?  
Mark Triffitt

The economic case for rising above politics and embracing an increase in the GST. 
Professor John Freebairn 

Was Joe Hockey right when he claimed that only 2% of Australians under 50 earning $100,000 are women? 
Chris Lloyd

Voters deserve an honest appraisal of the party platforms. 
Nicholas Reece

Kevin Rudd concedes defeat and will step down as Labor leader. But his valedictory speech set a tone of vindication. Cathy Harper

The Wikileaks Party and The Pirate Party: Where to from here? Maya Borom

Will Kevin Rudd's leadership reforms prevent brutal leadership spills? 
Nicholas Reece

The ALP and Coalition's different language about climate change reveals how they might handle international climate talks.
Robyn Eckersley

University of Melbourne students on that thing called the economy, September 7 and exactly how many pollies are Slytherins…
The Farrago Team

Find out what happened when group of Australia's top political journalists gathered to discuss election reporting.
Ryan Sheales

High education hasn't been a central issue in mainstream media. But voters do care. 
Gwilym Croucher and Sam Rosevear

The leader of the Coalition Tony Abbott has declared Australia under new mangement and open for business. Cathy Harper

News Ltd is widely perceived as being anti-Labor. How will it respond to the Coalition in government? Dr Denis Muller

The 'average' member of cabinet/shadow cabinet is very different to the 'average' Australian.
Sally Young

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