Political scientist Bryce Edwards surveys what’s happening in the fledgling Opportunities party, and suggests the party needs some of the radical change they advocate for others.
Political scientist Bryce Edwards argues New Zealand needs to have a careful debate now about China's use of soft power to influence our political system, rather than ignore it and face a nasty one later.
Political scientist Bryce Edwards called late last month for a coalition to form to fix the Official Information Act. He reports back on a positive initial response in and around Government.
Political scientist Bryce Edwards argues that the whole aftermath of the CTV building collapse, including the decision made by the Police not to prosecute anyone, should reduce public confidence in both New Zealand’s buildings and political system.
Political scientist Bryce Edwards calls on public servants, academics and journalists to form a coalition to fix the Official Information Act.
Political scientist Bryce Edwards explains why the Labour-New Zealand First Government is taking the Pike River issue so seriously.
Political scientist Bryce Edwards looks at why the Greens have gone so quiet and who's in line to win Metiria Turei's spot as co-leader alongside James Shaw.
Bryce Edwards takes a closer look at the changes in the lobbying scene around Wellington in the wake of the formation of the Labour-led Government. He asks whether New Zealand needs a policy to restrict 'revolving door' moves by political staffers straight into lobbying.