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University of Melbourne students on the week that saw Kevid Rudd oust Julia Gillard.
The Farrago Team
Why do politicians increasingly use spin?
Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd both rule out deals with cross benchers to form government.
Kevin Rudd tried to boost Labor's flagging campaign by talking up the economy and jobs at the party's campaign launch yesterday. But no-one can control economies anymore. Mark Triffitt
An easy infographic that tells you where Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd campaigned, and what they did.
Election Watch team
Your formguide to the figures whose fortunes in the next few weeks of voting will determine India's next government. By University of Melbourne Public Policy Fellow Nicholas Reece and Souresh Roy of the Australia India Institute.
As a series of debates between the Indonesian Presidential candidates kicks off, Dave McRae critiques their opening round performances - and reads between the lines.
The Liberals go all the way back to former Labor premier John Cain and ‘the guilty party’ in their latest attack ad on the opposition.
Our resident cartoonist explains how Kevin Rudd went about fixing his cabinet
The ALP and Coalition's different language about climate change reveals how they might handle international climate talks.
Why is Australia's company tax base being eroded?
Professor Miranda Stewart
The polls consistently show the Coalition with a commanding lead .. but what about the 'headline worm'?
Dr Denis Muller
Meet the dozens of new MPs that were elected on September 7th.
"Jokowi for President" is the latest and the most popular political campaign ad from the PDI-P, following Jokowi's official announcement to run for presidency on 14 March 2014.
Sofyan Syamsul, an East Indonesia-based photographer, followed Jokowi's running mate Jusuf Kalla on the campaign trail in her home town of Makassar.
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Date created: 25 June 2013
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