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Peter Brent is a writer and adjunct fellow at Swinburne University.
Electorally speaking, Cory Bernardi is on the wrong Coalition faultline, writes Peter Brent.
Among the real risks of the marriage equality vote is the possibility it might fail, says Peter Brent.
The global financial crisis continues to make governing difficult. No wonder the poll figures aren’t so good
The national election pendulum might swing Labor’s way, but it’s in the states that the seats will be won.
Now the Palmer United Party has all but departed to political heaven, it's worth looking at how its preferences shaped the 2013 election outcome and what this means for the July 2 poll, writes...
There are seven reasons why the Coalition might think things are going well. And the same goes for Labor
By taking the initiative on the dreaded three-letter word, Labor has scored an important win.
Opinion piece by Peter Brent, examining the case for holding referendums at the same time as elections.
Kevin Rudd’s fate is a cautionary tale for an announcement-prone Malcolm Turnbull.
A bad Newspoll result suggests that Malcolm Turnbull has provoked the economic anxieties of the electorate. The question is: why?