Peter Brent is a writer and adjunct fellow at Swinburne University.
Deft management and misleading polls helped turn Super Saturday into a public relations coup for Labor.
Tony Abbott is an unwelcome presence — for the government at least — amid the tangle of by-elections on 28 July, writes Peter Brent.
It’s a battle to get noticed by Australia’s small group of Trumpian voters, but David Leyonhjelm might have worked out how, writes Peter Brent.
It’s time to think outside the square on asylum seekers, writes Peter Brent.
The parliamentary report on dual citizenship was barely out before the government rejected its key recommendation. It’s time for some lateral thinking, argues Peter Brent.