Border Protection, the 2001 Australian Election and the Coalition Victory
While the issue of refugees and asylum-seekers has preoccupied many European countries, until the November 2001 federal election Australia had largely been immune from the problem. In the election, border protection - combining the Tampa crisis with the 'war against terrorism' - were central electoral issues. Analysis of the 2001 Australian Election Study shows that border protection cost Labor the election. Labor suffered defections to the Democrats and Greens over its position on refugees and...[Show more]
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