As millennial and post-millennial voters become the largest group of voters around the world, Flinders University experts warn that the ‘grandfather effect’ has seen politicians of […]
Political theorist Flinders Professor George Crowder has been made a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. He joins an elite group of […]
Michelle Grattan – one of Australia’s most respected and awarded political journalists – will deliver Flinders University’s 2014 Dean Jaensch Lecture.
Nearly 14,000 South Australians will be taking a keen interest on the events that take place on September 18 – the date of Scotland’s referendum on independence.
He said the forum was an opportunity to advance and inform the thinking and practices behind one of the key public policy issues of the day.
“There are a lot of people on Capitol Hill who think partnership is a dirty word. The current administration doesn’t. Now is the critical moment to engage with the US.”
Associate Professor Haydon Manning believes in Abraham Lincoln’s ‘better angels’ of politics, but he admits they’ve been hard to find in Australia lately.
Multiculturalism’s portrayal as a threat to liberal democracy is unwarranted.
SA Premier Don Dunstan’s relationship with the media could be volatile, but he also helped to shape its critical role in modern politics.