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Treasurer Scott Morrison talked about the challenges of a nation indifferent to the business of politics at the Liberal party federal conference. Dan Hembrechts/AAP

Australians are increasingly non-partisan: Morrison

"Australians have collectively reached for the remote and turned down the volume on Canberra's noise, which includes more than just politicians. The media are similarly ignored."
The Liberals’ new federal director will have to get on with Malcolm Turnbull, which can be a challenge in itself. Paul Miller/AAP

Grattan on Friday: Liberals headhunt for a miracle worker

It is the dream apparatchik job, but you would need to be brave to want it just now. The Liberal Party is looking for a new federal director, after the resignation of stalwart Tony Nutt.
In his statement Tony Nutt acknowledged, without going into specifics, that criticism was made of the last campaign. Lukas Coch/AAP

Liberal director Tony Nutt quits

Liberal Party federal director Tony Nutt has announced his resignation, ahead of the party's federal executive reviewing the lessons from the 2016 election campaign.
Malcolm Turnbull on Tuesday contacted leaders of the Jewish, Indigenous and Muslim communities, seeking to reassure them. Sam Mooy/AAP

Conservatives have captured Turnbull for culture war crusade

Malcolm Turnbull is now, it seems, wholly owned by the conservatives in the Liberal Party and their strident media allies. His capitulation to them over Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act has…
Two Canadian soldiers during a 2011 NATO exercise in Ukraine. U.S. Army Europe/Flickr

‘Warrior nation’ or ‘peacekeeper’: Canada’s dilemmas

Over its history Canada has built itself through war and the memory of its wars. The country's recent military interventions are part of a struggle to define what the country stands for.

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