Australia has given Ukraine another $A100 million in military aid, and Anthony Albanese has pledged Australia will continue support for the embattled country “for as long as it takes for Ukraine to emerge…
To assess the prospects of cryptocurrencies, it’s useful to consider how money was invented and became centralised in the first place.
Michelle Grattan discusses the political week that was with Emma La Rouche from the University of Canberra’s Media and Communications team.
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David Pocock, the progressive independent who broke the Liberals’ stranglehold on one of the two ACT Senate seats, wouldn’t have expected to find himself allied with Pauline Hanson before even being sworn in
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Word from The Hill: Parliamentary ‘newbies’ inspect their workplace, with some complaints
Michelle Grattan discusses politics with Peter Browne from the politics + society team
We are at a dangerous tipping point in ‘inflationary psychology’, says the central bank for the world’s central banks.
Australians are becoming more fearful in an insecure world, and want to see the country armed up, favouring more defence spending and the planned acquisition of nuclear-powered submarines.
Most women are not working full-time during most of their working lives, which holds them back from management positions and accentuates the pay gap with men, according to data released on Monday.
Michelle Grattan discusses the political week that was with Chris Wallace, Professor at the University of Canberra.
Anthony Albanese will be on the international road again next week. He’ll be at the NATO summit in Madrid, where they will discuss Ukraine, China and climate change.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Greg Barns on the battle to free Julian Assange
Michelle Grattan speaks with barrister Greg Barns, a senior advisor to the Australian Assange Campaign.
An economist explains why imposing price caps to ensure shoppers can still afford to feed their families healthy food will only make things worse.
The secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Kathryn Campbell, has been replaced in a shake-up of federal departmental heads announced by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
On the economy, people smugglers, parliamentary sitting, and Julian Assange.
Michelle Grattan discusses politics with politics + society editor, Amanda Dunn
The Albanese government has launched a concerted effort to nip in the bud a threatened resumption of the people smuggling trade, with a visit by Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil to Sri Lanka and a $50…
Age and education levels were the most important demographic variables in the Coalition’s loss of support between the 2019 and 2022 elections, according to an Australian National University analysis
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and Director of the Institute for Governance & Policy Analysis, Dr Lain Dare discuss the week in politics.
Michelle Grattan speaks to the Grattan Institute's Tony Wood about the factors that have lead to the crisis, previous governments' failure to plan for transition to renewable sources and the way out.
On Thursday Anthony Albanese and Energy Minister Chris Bowen formally updated Australia’s international commitment for its proposed climate change action.
The Parliamentary Library would certainly benefit from more funding, but the Parliamentary Budget Office urgently needs a wider brief and greater independence