There's a sort-of natural law that ensures that where there are electorates some votes count more than others.
Australia has one of the most secure electoral systems imaginable thanks to paper ballots. Cybersecurity experts caution against e-voting.
The cyberattacks that may have influenced last month's US presidential election should prompt Australia to secure its electoral processes, write Roland Wen and Richard Buckland.
Australians who live overseas long-term are able to keep in touch with local issues and should be entitled to vote, writes George Williams.
How will the international Ebola crisis influence next week’s mid-term elections in the USA, asks Rob Brooks.
Full public funding for NSW election campaigns has immediate appeal, but closer inspection shows it's fraught with many problems, not in the least the huge cost to taxpayers, writes George Williams.
Western Australia’s Senate election re-run shows once again the need to reform the process by which senators are chosen, writes George Williams.
Minority parties are good for our democracy, because parties forced into coalition do deals in the open. Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd are kidding themselves in their stand against them, argues Lindy Edwards.
Positions are now available on the University Council, the Academic Board, the Faculty Boards and the UNSW Alumni Association Board of Governors.