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  1. 9 October 2018 - Public Affairs

    Searching for Democracy 2.0 without losing Democracy 1.0

    A University of Melbourne expert says reimagining and protecting democracy, while charting a course between alarmism and complacency, needs new ways of thinking

  2. 27 September 2018 - Public Affairs

    Brazil elections: Is democracy itself on the ballot?

    With polarisation, intolerance and high levels of violence, a University of Melbourne expert says democracy itself is on the ballot in the Brazilian election.

  3. 22 August 2018 - Public Affairs

    The West’s age of retreat

    Liberal democracy is in an age of retreat and needs to re-engage citizens, tackle inequality and end internet monopolies, argues University of Melbourne expert

  4. Podcast25 May 2018 - The Policy Shop

    Is democracy dying before our eyes?

    In this episode of the University of Melbourne's Policy Shop podcast Yascha Mounk from Harvard considers the rise of populism and the future of democracy.

  5. 4 December 2017 - Public Affairs

    Regenerating political leadership in a populist age

    Gareth Evans argues our politicians needs new thinking, consensus and empathy as University of Melbourne launches new McKinnon Prize in Political Leadership

  6. 25 September 2017 - Public Affairs

    Far right are the ‘real’ winners in the German election

    The far-right AfD is the real winner in the 2017 German election and Angela Merkel has been weakened, says a University of Melbourne expert.

  7. 10 July 2017 - Public Affairs

    Crises in the EU: What does the future hold?

    The European Union is navigating multiple challenges in the face of large debts and rising populism. University of Melbourne experts ask what the future holds.

  8. 20 June 2017 - Public Affairs

    Why British Labour voters stayed true to their roots

    The UK Conservative Party failed to woo the working class in the north of England who voted to 'leave' in Brexit. A University of Melbourne expert explains why.

  9. 13 June 2017 - Public Affairs

    Donald Trump and the uneasy alliance

    The Trump administration's split between Steve Bannon's 'alt-right' and the more moderate Jared Kushner is causing a rift, says a University of Melbourne expert

  10. Podcast12 May 2017 - The Policy Shop

    The battle for academic freedom in Europe

    The University of Melbourne's Policy Shop podcast examines the Central European University's campaign against new Hungarian laws threatening academic freedom.