Prime ministers

Commentary

17 Apr 2019
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When it comes to leadership, what we need most is a leader who tells it like it is and matches that with vision and action.

Commentary

24 Aug 2018
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Scott Morrison has proved himself adept at manipulating party-room sentiment, but his efforts so far at wooing the electorate have not been spectacularly successful, writes Peter Brent.

Commentary

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.

Report

26 Mar 2015
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Modi’s forthcoming visit to China has the potential to set the tone of Sino-Indian relations for years to come, according to this report.

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Beijing by the end of May this year. At...

Article

22 Jun 2010
438

The prime minister was angry. So what did he say? asks Jock Given in Inside Story

DAVID MARR would not have been Kevin Rudd’s first choice for a biographer when he turned up early in 2010 with a Quarterly Essay to...

Report

15 Jun 2007
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On 27 June 2007 Tony Blair, British Prime Minister since 1997, resigned office in favour of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown. Blair's had been a remarkable term of office.

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