The term “populism” is fraught with ambiguity and is often described as meaningless and overused. Continue reading Trump, Boris and Populism: Is society getting better or worse?
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We need the artists, they do not need the machinery of the music industry. Continue reading You need me, man, I don’t need you
Confusion surrounding who is eligible under Section 44 is still widespread, with a recent research paper suggesting that more MPs and Senators could be found ineligible. Continue reading Section 44: How a 19th century law is impacting 21st century democracy
It’s no secret that the Internet is home to some weird and wacky ideas, but there a few things cropping up on the World Wide Web lately that seem especially strange. Continue reading ‘Let’s see them aliens’: Are our memes getting a bit out of hand?
Indigenous Australians live vastly different and largely unpublicised lives in comparison to their white Australian counterparts. Continue reading What is Australia doing to promote an Indigenous voice in Parliament?
Sudan is in the middle of a major political and humanitarian crisis, following the ousting of dictator Omar al-Bashir on April 11. Continue reading The Sudan crisis: What is happening?
With lower living costs and less business competition than other capital cities, Adelaide could be on its way to becoming Australia’s little-known tech haven. Continue reading Not just a city of churches: Is Adelaide the nation’s secret startup hub?
Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation today, June 7, has left a vacancy for the top spot in British politics. Continue reading Britain’s vacant PM spot has major implications for drawn-out Brexit negotiations
Australia is a competitive country in terms of higher education, with a phenomenal and advanced international education sector. Continue reading The future of university: Professor Raewyn Connell promotes change in the system