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Queensland Votes: Election Day Final
Host professor Susan Harris Rimmer is joined by Griffith’s political scientists and policy researchers to discuss week two of the 2020 Queensland election campaign
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Leaders shy on climate change and sustainable jobs
Both major parties have been reluctant to tackle issues like climate change and sustainable long-term employment opportunities during the Queensland state election campaign, a Griffith University political expert believes.
Why it’s still worth hitting the campaign trail
Political scientist Dr Paul Williams says while COVID and other factors have changed campaigning substantially, there are still compelling reasons to press the flesh in the last week of the election.
Minor parties jockey for position in pandemic-era election
Minor parties may benefit as COVID impacts voter preferences at this month's Queensland election.
The Transition Blues
45 to 46
by Professor John Kane
Although I was at the wheel of your car last week, speeding down the highway in the wrong direction, I hereby deny any responsibility for the subsequent crash and unfortunate collateral casualties.
Your affectionate son,
Thus we might imagine, assuming present conduct mirrors...
Should the ADF take a bigger role in bushfires and other domestic emergencies?
The answer isn’t so easy
by Professor Susan Harris Rimmer
In Australia the Commonwealth and state governments are responsible for keeping people safe, and the role of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is to protect the nation. But how these two roles fit together is not always...
From Dangerous Clown to Dangerous Bore
by Professor John Kane
Donald J. Trump has been many things to many people over the four years of his presidency. For members of his cult, who have remained astonishingly steadfast and seem even to have enlarged their numbers, he has been...
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