‘Pracademic’ makes waves in the law of the sea

Report by Dr Hall to safeguard integrity in Australian sport


Kishwar's research interests are the role of judiciary in the democratic process in Pakistan during Military and Civil Governments 1999-2013.

OPINION Here’s a plan: the AEC can rule who qualifies

Combatting impunity in grand corruption: the case for an International Anti-Corruption Court

Public corruption is endemic at the highest levels of government in many nations. Such ‘grand corruption’ is costly, closely correlated with the most serious abuses of human rights, and threatens the stability of many nations and the world. Grand corruption depends on a culture of impunity that exists because of the unwillingness of leaders to permit the honest and able investigation of their friends, families, and, indeed, themselves. International efforts to combat grand corruption have been inadequate and ineffective.

30th Annual Lionel Murphy Memorial Lecture - The Secret History of the Dismissal of the Whitlam Government: The Palace Connection

The dismissal of the Whitlam government by the Governor-General Sir John Kerr in 1975 remains one of the most contentious episodes in Australian politics. The history of the dismissal is no less contentious and has never been settled. In the decades since, long-held secrets have unraveled and dramatic archival revelations have transformed our knowledge and understanding of the dismissal.

Challenges of political party regulation in the EU: Corruption, hate crime and corporate liability

The political processes of most European countries today are dominated by one or more political parties. Political parties typically control two out of three branches of government: the legislative and the executive branch, leaving only the judiciary independent from their influence. Thus, political parties have become the centres of state power. Regardless of the type of government in which they operate, political parties have the formal duty to conform their activities with the law, while their material duty is to act for the citizen’s welfare.

New approaches needed for dealing with divisive issues

PNG in 2016: the year of finding solutions?


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