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Paul Strangio

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Paul Strangio is a senior lecturer in Australian Politics at Monash University. He is a political historian with a particular interest in political parties and leadership. He is the author and editor of several books on Australian politics, including Keeper of the Faith: A Biography of Jim Cairns (2002), The Victorian Premiers, 1856-2006 (2006) [with Brian Costar], No, Prime Minister: Reclaiming Politics from Leaders (2007) [with James Walter), and Confusion: The Making of the Australian Two-Party System (2009) [with Nick Dyrenfurth]. Paul has also been a frequent commentator on Australian and Victorian state politics in both the electronic and print media.

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19 Sep 2017
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What lies ahead for Malcolm Turnbull? His boosters still wait expectantly for the green shoots of political recovery.

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3 Apr 2016
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Across the globe voters are losing faith in political parties - from both the left and the right. But why do we have parties and was there ever a time when politicians were independent and not bound by party rules?

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31 Jul 2014
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A panel of experts discuss political leadership

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Judith Troeth , former Liberal Senator for Victoria Rob Oakeshott , former independent member for Lyne Maxine McKew , former Labor MP for Bennelong Paul Strangio , Associate Professor of Politics at Monash University

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2 Oct 2007
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Four key concerns must be addressed to protect the integrity of the service, according to JAMES WALTER and PAUL STRANGIO.

THE Australian Public Service has a proud record. In the mid-1980s A.F. Davies observed an organisation engaged in “steady, cautious and constant experimentation...

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25 Sep 2007
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What will be the legacy of the Howard years, ask JAMES WALTER and PAUL STRANGIO in this extract from their new book, No, Prime Minister: Reclaiming Politics from Leaders (0) , which traces the growing centralisation of power during the prime ministerships of Gough...

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