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A populist exception?

The ‘spectre of populism’ might be an apt description for what is happening in different parts of the world, but does it apply to New Zealand? This book draws on the 2017 New Zealand Election Study to uncover New Zealanders’ political attitudes and preferences post-election.
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Designing governance structures for performance and accountability

This book examines how governance structures may be designed to promote performance and to ensure accountability. It describes developments in Australia, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Taiwan.
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Morrison's miracle: the 2019 Australian federal election

This book provides a comprehensive account of the 2019 Australian election, which resulted in the surprise victory of the Coalition under Scott Morrison. It brings together 36 contributors who analyse voter behaviour, campaign strategies, regional variations, polling, ideology, media and the new importance of memes...
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A cautious new approach: China's growing trilateral aid cooperation

This publication examines a little-known dimension of China’s foreign policy: trilateral aid cooperation.
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Framing the Islands

This book tells the story of power and diplomatic agency in Pacific regionalism, against the backdrop of a changing global order and a changing political situation within Pacific societies and states.