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Politics and Public Policy
Multiculturalism’s portrayal as a threat to liberal democracy is unwarranted.
Flinders University has awarded an honorary doctorate to Professor Pratikno, Rector of Universitas Gadjah Mada and one of Indonesia’s leading experts on Indonesian politics.
A national survey of perceptions of corruption is one of the focal points of a public lecture by Professor Adam Graycar.
Recent elections clearly show that the degree of voter loyalty to their chosen party has declined, according to Associate Professor Haydon Manning.
Robert Simms, a former adviser to Greens Senators and now undertaking a Masters by Research at Flinders University, analyses the Greens leadership change.
A new agreement between Flinders University and University College London will bring public policy closer to South Australia’s burgeoning resources and energy boom.
Mike Rann, Professorial Fellow at Flinders, says political history suggests that too much should not be read into the result of the Queensland elections.
Flinders University students will have the opportunity to tap the vast political experience of former Premier Mike Rann following his appointment as a Professor in the School of Social and Policy Studies.