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Does scandal matter? – Democracy Project weekly review

Does scandal matter? – Democracy Project weekly review

Does scandal matter? Political analyst John A.Z. Moore and Democracy Project director Dr Bryce Edwards join the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss the fallout from the abrupt end to the careers of Labour minister Iain Lees-Galloway and National MP Andrew Falloon. Plus: the Winston Peters superannuation court case and the future of NZ First.

Judith Collins is National’s new leader – Democracy Project weekly review

Judith Collins is National’s new leader – Democracy Project weekly review

Judith Collins is the new National Party leader: John A.Z. Moore joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss the implications of National’s dramatic leadership change.

Green Party tax and welfare plans – Democracy Project weekly review

Green Party tax and welfare plans – Democracy Project weekly review

Green Party tax and welfare plans: John A.Z. Moore joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller for an in-depth discussion of issues raised in an article by Dr. Bryce Edwards.

Critiquing Jacinda Ardern and Labour – Democracy Project weekly review

Critiquing Jacinda Ardern and Labour – Democracy Project weekly review

Critiquing Jacinda Ardern and Labour: John A.Z. Moore joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller for an in-depth discussion of three articles by Cat MacLennan, Bryce Edwards and Graham Adams.

Heather Roy: Why New Zealand needs a new National Security Agency

Heather Roy: Why New Zealand needs a new National Security Agency

Former Act MP and Associate Minister of Defence Heather Roy joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss the government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the new Defence Capability Plan and the current direction of New Zealand’s foreign policy.

Protests and the police – Democracy Project weekly review

Protests and the police – Democracy Project weekly review

Protests and the police: John A.Z. Moore joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller for an in-depth discussion and critique of three articles by Branko Marcetic, Cat MacLennan and Bryce Edwards.