The poor fit between the plebiscite question on same-sex marriage and the legal change required could be a significant problem, writes George Williams.
An estimated 90 Australians are now fighting with and supporting terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq. Are we placing too much weight on new laws' power to combat extremism, asks George Williams
Metadata regulation is needed, but the legislation before the Australian Parliament contains major flaw, 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.
Australia's international commitments and federal resolve put high hurdles before any state that seeks to reintroduce the death penalty, writes George Williams.
The Prime Minister's announcement of a poll date in September could herald a push for the introduction of a fixed term for federal elections, writes Scientia Professor George Williams.
ASIO's unprecedented detention powers have led to no prosecutions and should be repealed, research led by UNSW Scientia Professor George Williams has found.