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Peter Van Onselen

Dr Peter van Onselen is Associate Professor of Politics and Government School of Communications and Arts at Edith Cowan University in Perth, Western Australia.


Damaged deputy
Domestic Politics - 18/02/2009 - 14 comments
Coalition killing the Nats
Domestic Politics - 24/10/2008 - 14 comments
Nationals know how west was won
Domestic Politics - 16/09/2008 - 3 comments
Howard in trouble? Bennelong time coming
Domestic Politics - 1/03/2007 - 53 comments
More sceptics this time on the trail of the never-ending campaign
Domestic Politics - 17/01/2007 - 10 comments
The new statesman
Domestic Politics - 6/12/2006 - 7 comments
Howard the ideologue
Domestic Politics - 6/03/2006 - 16 comments
Consensus leader stayed out of factional wrangling
Domestic Politics - 19/01/2006 - 3 comments
Peter Debnam - a lone ranger who won't be managed
Domestic Politics - 6/09/2005 - 3 comments
Howard's demolition job on federalism
Domestic Politics - 7/06/2005 - 1 comment
Best not to follow the leader polls
Domestic Politics - 27/05/2005 - 2 comments
Barnett's a canal too far
Domestic Politics - 25/02/2005
Which democratic model should we export?
February 2005 Feature - 14/02/2005 - 3 comments
WA election likely to be a close-fought affair
Domestic Politics - 7/02/2005
WA Power outages could be Labor's undoing
Domestic Politics - 27/01/2005 - 2 comments
The 'Mark Latham Handicap': WA's election race
Domestic Politics - 13/01/2005 - 2 comments
WA election will be close: The incumbent has the upper hand
Domestic Politics - 9/12/2004
The US Democrats: As the dust settles, time to wash-up
International - 2/12/2004 - 1 comment
Brace yourself for the rise of the permanent election campaign
Domestic Politics - 14/07/2004
Popular appointment versus popular election: a solution to the republican impasse?
Domestic Politics - 13/05/2004
Voter tracking systems: how to get inside the minds of voters
Domestic Politics - 16/04/2004
In plain English, what’s the difference between a militant and a terrorist?
Media - 29/03/2004
The major parties' X-files are keeping odds stacked in favour of MPs
Domestic Politics - 24/10/2003
Is there really a crisis?
September 2002 Feature - 15/09/2002
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