Australian politics, society & culture

December 2016
Examining Turnbull’s strategy so far
By Sean Kelly
“Disunity is death,” goes the oft-quoted political platitude. In these days of weakened prime ministers, it is sometimes seen as a directive: to be successful, a leader must do whatever necessary to keep their party together. But at what point do such efforts start to become counterproductive?
December 2016
Examining Turnbull’s strategy so far
By Sean Kelly
“Disunity is death,” goes the oft-quoted political platitude. In these days of weakened prime ministers, it is sometimes seen as a directive: to be successful, a leader must do whatever necessary to keep their party together. But at what point do such efforts start to become...
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