The attorney-general makes the case for reforms to Australia’s institutional checks and balances
The lost opportunity of the Voice referendum revealed Australians’ poor understanding of the Constitution, and the level of racism in the community
Was 2023 – beyond the referendum calamity – a year of government timidity or a demonstration of its ability to keep the national conversation on course?
How John Howard’s shadow over Australian politics is evident in the referendum, reconciliation and the rest
What the outcome of the Voice referendum suggests about the future of reconciliation, and what it says about the national character
As October 14 approaches, opposition to the Voice has been dominated by false claims and discredited ideas
What past referendums tell us about the Voice to Parliament’s chances, and the political risk of the Coalition’s opposition