New research shows that, contrary to popular belief, young people are anxious about the impact of coronavirus on their own lives and on their communities.
Self-belief is an obvious given for anyone aspiring to political leadership. But there are ten other qualities that distinguish the most successful leaders from the rest.
Some lessons from leadership theory for anyone aspiring to sit on the Iron Throne.
A toxic mix of wishful thinking, brinksmanship, finger-pointing, and fatalism in July 1914 bear similarities to Brexit.
Sierra Leone has declared a national emergency to combat rape and sexual violence.
Faced with an intractable problem, bravery is needed. Instead, the only thing on offer is playground politics.
New research shows that female politicians spend more on health and education, improving the well-being of a population.
Despite a relatively slow start, South Africa can speed up its implementation of the SDGs.
The problem with South Africa's governing ANC, is that to many of its members, politics is not about public service but about resources.
The voters are like sniffer dogs when it comes to character – if that hadn't been the case Mark Latham might have won the 2004 election.
The death of Mozambican opposition leader Alfonso Dhlakama could affect the progress made to end hostilities in the country.
Littering in protest is indicative of a discordant society, and a culture of littering can tell us a lot about a society's ethos.
Both the state of the nation address and budget speech didn't leave a sense that there has been much reflection on the depth of the economic malaise gripping South Africa.
Despite spirited efforts to douse the flames of infighting within the MDC-T, matters came to a head at a recent rally in Chitungwiza.
A new ABC documentary presents a nostalgic but compelling overview of one of Australia's most successful prime ministers.
Should defeated party leaders stay in parliament? Former Western Australian premier Colin Barnett is an interesting case in point.
We should interpret the threat posed by North Korea from an informed perspective based on demonstrable strategic logic, rather than on caricatured misrepresentations of its leadership.
Australians are crying out for political leadership. One way our leaders can redeem themselves is by getting to work on a complete shake-up of how we pay for and use transport infrastructure.
Like Malcolm Turnbull, the three-time prime minister Alfred Deakin was sometimes accused of lacking substance, but he had core political commitments from which he never wavered.
Malcolm Turnbull’s postal plebiscite on marriage equality is on the cusp of recreating the mistakes of Doug Lowe’s Tasmanian dams plebiscite.