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Klaas Woldring

Dr Klaas Woldring is a former Associate Professor of Southern Cross University.
The ABC is under attack for no good reason
Media - 16/04/2014 - 100 comments
System reconstruction in Australia is long overdue
Political Philosophy - 3/01/2014 - 43 comments
System change missing in election policies!
Domestic Politics - 4/09/2013 - 5 comments
Prelude to major system change?
April 2013 Feature - 11/04/2013 - 8 comments
Geert Wilders: a radical view of Islam
Law & Liberties - 4/04/2013 - 32 comments
'Education' for major party benefit?
Political Philosophy - 11/12/2012 - 4 comments
Refugee focus is on Indonesia now
Law & Liberties - 11/09/2012 - 4 comments
Productivity: legislate for workplace democracy and employee ownership
Economics - 31/08/2012 - 5 comments
Westminster system's problems
Political Philosophy - 27/02/2012 - 29 comments
Tanner's Sideshow: what is the real cause?
January 2012 Feature - 13/01/2012 - 11 comments
The ALP needs to split to save its core values.
Domestic Politics - 2/12/2011 - 12 comments
The Greens have great potential to initiate major reforms.
July 2011 Feature - 21/07/2011 - 2 comments
Australia's dysfunctional party system: remedies
Law & Liberties - 16/03/2011 - 19 comments
Our governance framework needs an overhaul
October 2010 Feature - 11/10/2010 - 6 comments
Change the paradigm of indirect democracy
September 2010 Feature - 15/09/2010 - 5 comments
Tasmania and the Swiss example
Domestic Politics - 14/04/2010 - 10 comments
Early moves towards replacing federation?
Domestic Politics - 23/03/2010 - 26 comments
Executive packages out of control
Domestic Politics - 15/01/2010 - 1 comment
Social inclusion: what is it?
Political Philosophy - 2/07/2009 - 18 comments
A Government frustrated
Domestic Politics - 6/04/2009 - 13 comments
Commonsense fairness - CEO pay
Economics - 16/03/2009 - 12 comments
Overpaid and under performing
Economics - 1/12/2008 - 10 comments
Electric cars ARE the future
Environment - 4/07/2008 - 16 comments
Why delay the republic?
March 2008 Feature - 12/02/2008 - 5 comments
The Senate: the pathway to reform in Australia
Domestic Politics - 23/11/2007 - 6 comments
Voting is a precious right
Domestic Politics - 18/10/2007 - 55 comments
The Lucky Country revisited
Domestic Politics - 27/09/2007 - 21 comments
Canning federalism - the Liberals' legacy?
September 2007 Feature - 3/09/2007 - 8 comments
Australia’s federal structure is no longer appropriate
Political Philosophy - 1/05/2007 - 16 comments
Voluntary voting is long overdue
Domestic Politics - 4/04/2007 - 82 comments
US Alliance a distinct liability for Australia
International - 26/02/2007 - 23 comments
The revolution we have to have
February 2007 Feature - 7/02/2007 - 17 comments
Would Kevin Rudd deliver two-tier government?
Domestic Politics - 4/01/2007 - 21 comments
How about OUR Republic?
Political Philosophy - 5/12/2006 - 13 comments
Losing our democratic checks and balances through habit and apathy
Domestic Politics - 15/11/2006 - 7 comments
Two-party tyranny
Domestic Politics - 29/08/2006 - 15 comments
Democratising the workplace or back to the 19th century?
Domestic Politics - 14/04/2005
A progressive option in the Senate for Labor left
Domestic Politics - 9/07/2004
A suggested process for resolving the Republic issue
Political Philosophy - 15/05/2002
Why aren’t the Universities leading on the Republic issue?
Political Philosophy - 22/03/2002
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