Australian Journal of Politics & History articles

Volume 60 (3)

The Two Streams of Australia's Middle Power Imagining and their Sources
Allan Patience, vol. 60 (3): 449-465
Book Reviews
vol. 60 (3): 466-502

Volume 60 (2)

Parliament on “the Wireless” in Australia
Ian Ward, vol. 60 (2): 157-176
“Characteristically Generous”? Australian Responses to Refugees Prior to 1951
Katrina Stats, vol. 60 (2): 177-193
Australia and the Struggle for Soviet Jewry: 1961–1972
Suzanne D. Rutland, vol. 60 (2): 194-213
Redeeming the Warrior: Myth-making and Australia's Vietnam Veterans
Chris Dixon, vol. 60 (2): 214-228
Gaining Greater Access to Western European Decision-Makers: a Motive for Australian Membership of the OECD
Peter Carroll, vol. 60 (2): 229-240
“The Politics of Political Advertising” in Australia and Britain, 1970–1989
Jackie Dickenson, vol. 60 (2): 241-256
The Australian Labor Party: Problems and Prospects
Rae Wear, vol. 60 (2): 257-264
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy
Mark Beeson, vol. 60 (2): 265-278

Volume 60 (1)

Australia's Adoption of Compulsory Voting: Revising the Narrative — not Trailblazing, Uncontested or Democratic
Sarah John, Donald A. DeBats, vol. 60 (1): 1-27
Nazism and Religion: The Problem of “Positive Christianity”
Samuel Koehne, vol. 60 (1): 28-42
The Cerberus from Warringah: F.A. Bland and the Renaissance of the Public Accounts Committee
Kate Jones, Kerry Jacobs, vol. 60 (1): 43-57
Leadership Lessons: Minority Governments, Independents and Relationships
Tracey M. Arklay, vol. 60 (1): 58-72
Third-Party Campaigning and Issue-Advertising in Australia
Graeme Orr, Anika Gauja, vol. 60 (1): 73-92
European Integration and the End of an Imperial Consciousness in Britain
Ben Wellings, vol. 60 (1): 93-109
Islam, Islamism, and Post-Islamism: Rediscovering Politics after the War on Terror
George Crowder, Martin Griffiths, Mubashar Hasan, vol. 60 (1): 110-124
The Head of State Debate: A Comment
Steve Spadijer, vol. 60 (1): 125-129
Book Reviews
vol. 60 (1): 130-156

Volume 59 (4)

“We are Human Beings, and have a Past”: The “Adjustment” of Migrants and the Australian Assimilation Policies of the 1950s
Joy Damousi, vol. 59 (4): 501-516
J.B. Chifley and the Indonesian Revolution, 1945–1949
David Fettling, vol. 59 (4): 517-531
Australia, the International Geophysical Year and the 1959 Antarctic Treaty
Alessandro Antonello, vol. 59 (4): 532-546
Crossing the Line: Richard Casey Re-Visited
Paul Rodan, vol. 59 (4): 547-558
New Nationalism in Australia and New Zealand: The Construction of National Identities by Two Labo(u)r Governments in the Early 1970s
Jack Doig, vol. 59 (4): 559-575
Australian Reporting from East Timor 1975–1999: Journalists as Agents of Change
Ross Tapsell, Joakim Eidenfalk, vol. 59 (4): 576-592
Contemporary Indigenous Affairs: Seeking the Radical Centre
Elizabeth Strakosch, vol. 59 (4): 593-604
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy: January to June 2013
Matt McDonald, vol. 59 (4): 605-617
Political Chronicles
John Wanna, David Clune, Nick Economou, Paul D. Williams, Harry C.J. Phillips, Liz Kerr, Rob Manwaring, Megan Alessandrini, Robyn Smith, Maria Maley, vol. 59 (4): 618-668
A Research Note: Secretary Forrestal and Admiral King on Admiral Stark: Conflicting Assessments
Paul S. Burtness, Warren U. Ober, vol. 59 (4): 669-676
A Research Note: The “Queensland Speaks” Oral History Project
Roger Scott, Danielle Miller, vol. 59 (4): 677-678
Volume Index
vol. 59 (4): 679-684

Volume 59 (3)

The Politics of Climate Change in Australia*
Mark Beeson, Matt McDonald, vol. 59 (3): 331-348
Climate Discourse Complexes, National Climate Regimes and Australian Climate Policy
Peter Christoff, vol. 59 (3): 349-367
Irresistible Force? Achieving Carbon Pricing in Australia
Kate Crowley, vol. 59 (3): 368-381
Poles Apart?: The Social Construction of Responsibility for Climate Change in Australia and Norway
Robyn Eckersley, vol. 59 (3): 382-396
The Great Divide: Political Candidate and Voter Polarisation over Global Warming in Australia
Bruce Tranter, vol. 59 (3): 397-413
Climate Innovation: Australian Corporate Perspectives on the Role of Government
John Mikler, Neil E. Harrison, vol. 59 (3): 414-428
Democracy and Climate Change: What Can Deliberative Democracy Contribute?
Simon Niemeyer, vol. 59 (3): 429-448
The Future of Australian Climate Politics
Matt McDonald, vol. 59 (3): 449-456
Best of Times, Worst of Times and End Times: Eight Books about Australia's Past, Present and Future
David Ritter, Jessica Panegyres, vol. 59 (3): 457-467