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Comment – The Age of Independents (and minor parties)

Comment – The Age of Independents (and minor parties)

By Stuart Bruce, 22/12/2018 When I was making my way through my politics degree, I recall the popular subjects on Australian politcs where a general precept was repeated constantly – that minor parties and independents might occasionally snatch a seat or two but that invariably the real power is with the two major parties and… Continue Reading

Psychology behind Carbon Policy language

Psychology behind Carbon Policy language

By Stuart Bruce, 19/11/2014 China and the US have reached a crucial bilateral agreement to reduce emissions and now Australia should face increased scrutiny of its climate policy from overseas. Our position as G20 host and president magnifies the potential damage for our reputation. Clive Palmer recently allowed the Direct Action policy to pass into… Continue Reading