New Politics publishes independent news and analysis on Australian politics, and our pearls of wisdom have enlightened the internet since 2007. We provide different perspectives on what’s really happening in the world of politics and cut through the spin, selective arguments and outright lies our current selection of political leaders like to offer to the public.
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And who are the people that bring New Politics to the big wide world?
Editor of New Politics, and co-presenter of the monthly New Politics Australia podcast. He has over 20 years of experience working in editorial and media production work, published many books, magazines, handbooks in the NGO sector and has worked as a war correspondent, journalist, lecturer in media studies and production.Follow @EddyJokovich
Co-presenter of the monthly New Politics Australia podcast, historian, musicologist, musician and political scientist based in Sydney. His lecturing and research interests include roots music, popular music, Australian, UK and US politics and crime fiction. He has published in Music Forum Australia, Eureka Street, Quadrant, Crikey and has edited several books.
David has revealed different identities during the New Politics podcast, including:
- Parliamentary Procedure Advisor to Boris Johnson
- Defence against the Dark Arts Teacher at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
- Milliner to the Stars
- Bringer of All The Gossip From Hollywood
- President of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce
- Amateur Horologist and Shilopian Scholar
- Fashion Icon and Billionaire Philanthropist
- Cosmopolitan Centrefold and Glamourous Catburglar.
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