GST increase on the cards?
Governments will rely on taxation to repair the fiscal damage wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, and that will likely mean a GST rise, even if there are better, but politically unpalatable, alternatives.
Is Trump's time running out?
As the US election nears, the political divide has widened – and so have the cracks in the President's bid for a second term.
Episode 17: People You May Know
In this episode Dr Susan Carland finds out how Monash experts are harnessing the strengths of social media platforms to make a positive impact on mental health.
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the vital role political journalists play in holding those in power to account.
Episode 10: Ain't That The Truth
Could fake news destroy our democracy? Dr Susan Carland finds out in our first episode in series two of What Happens Next?
Education's new frontier
The next generation of school leaders will need certain key attributes to succeed in a radically reshaped world.
Amid COVID, the contest continues
The presidential election has become, at best, a secondary focus for the American media, yet the train rolls on.
#MeToo? It depends
While the movement has had its successes, it hasn't empowered marginalised voices equitably.
State of play for Democrat hopefuls
The Iowa and New Hampshire caucuses have left Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg as the frontrunners ... for now.
Combating gender-based violence
Examining the similarities and differences between Australian and Brazilian policies towards gender-based violence.
Primed for the US primaries
The long, hard slog to decide the US presidential nominees is about to begin.
Episode 7: Far Right, All Wrong
The internet’s a great place to meet like-minded people… even for far-right extremists. Monash experts reflect on the implications for society if right wing extremism is allowed to grow unchecked.
Episode 8: What's Rightfully Ours
Fear is often a key driver of right wing extremists. In this episode we explore why reaching out to those on the fringes of extremism could help them change direction.
Paul Strangio reflects on the ‘immense political legacy’ of his friend and former Victorian premier, John Cain.
Eyes on the prize
President Trump's foreign policy manoeuvres show that the 2020 elections are increasingly on his mind.
Your turn Facebook, Google
Until the two giants change, Twitter's political ad ban will have little effect on elections around the globe.
The political pain in Spain
Spaniards are returning to the polls for the fourth time in four years, with yet another stalemate the likely result.
A dog's Brexit
As Boris Johnson's tactics cause deep rifts within the Conservative Party, the UK faces a Brexit of radical conservatism – and plenty of risks.
Who's in charge of Britain?
Is there still such a thing as “the British people” in the singular? The deep divisions on Brexit highlight a case of the revolution eating itself.
Better candidates than BoJo
If Boris Johnson becomes British PM, the most likely outcome is a no-deal Brexit leavened with the rhetoric of past and future glories of the UK.
Facebook: the troubled teen
The social media giant has turned 15, but its growing pains continue.
Forgotten people strike back
Brexit and the 'yellow vest' protests in Paris are symptoms of a growing discontent among people economically abandoned by globalisation.
After the Kerch Strait – what?
Russia's aggression against Ukraine, in full view of the international community, signals a new level of readiness to challenge the world to respond.
Return to White Australia? Surveys say no
The calls for bans on Muslim and, more recently, African immigration aren't supported by the majority of Australians.
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