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The United States and many other Western powers, including Australia, are starting to get concerned about the growing influence of the Chinese in the Pacific region.
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?
Formed in 1999 after the Asian Financial Crisis, the G20 claims to be the world’s pre-eminent steering committee on global finance. While it’s true that the G20 represents many of the world's major economies, it also excludes 174 nations – so can it justifiably argue...
In Switzerland voters not only elect the government, they also directly vote on policy issues and legislation passed by the parliament. What can Australia learn from Switzerland?
Hanspeter Kriersi Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Zurich
As more and more refugees arrive in Australian waters by boat, Rear Vision takes a look at the history of Australia's policies on asylum seekers, from the first boatload of Vietnamese back in 1976 through to today.
First broadcast 7/4/2010