Australia’s global role will change as power shifts to China26 September 2015
In The Australian, Michael Fullilove outlines the destruction of the world order that has served Australia’s interests well, and the shift in power towards Asia and China (edited extract of the first ABC Boyer Lecture).
Prosperity, safety our big worries16 June 2015
Michael Fullilove and Alex Oliver comment on this year's Lowy Institute Poll results which showed that Australians seem to be more worried about their security and more pessimistic about their prosperity than at any time in the past decade.
A diplomatic mission to abolish the death penalty would be a fitting response to executions4 May 2015
Writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, Michael Fullilove argues that the Australian government should channel some of its anger over the executions of Chan and Sukumaran in a constructive direction, by making abolition of the death penalty an Australian diplomatic priority.
Australia’s political leaders have to go back to the future9 February 2015
Michael Fullilove examines the liberal leadership spill and Australia's dysfunctional politics in the Financial Times.