By Kevin Theakston,Jouke de Vries,K. Theakston,J. de Vries
By Kevin Theakston,Jouke de Vries,K. Theakston,J. de Vries
By Michael A. Genovese
By Felipe González
En pleno descrédito de l. a. política y de las instituciones, Felipe González, uno de los líderes europeos de referencia de los últimos 30 años, hace una aportación basic al debate real partiendo de su amplia experiencia al más alto nivel.
La profunda challenge en l. a. que estamos instalados desde hace varios años es económica y social, pero también de liderazgo. El liderazgo, en palabras de Felipe González, se caracteriza por una búsqueda incesante de respuestas, porque las preguntas se mantienen: cómo mejorar el mundo, cómo hacerlo más justo, más próspero y más libre.
A partir de su experiencia en momentos muy complicados de los angeles historia reciente de España, Felipe González realiza una amplia reflexión sobre qué significa hoy el liderazgo político, empresarial y social, y cómo se pueden afrontar los desafíos del presente para sentar las bases de un futuro mejor.
«La política debería consistir en disminuir el sufrimiento de los ciudadanos, ése sería el liderazgo de verdad. Si los angeles política que se hace no gusta, hay que cambiarla; si los partidos políticos que hay no gustan, hay que cambiarlos o cambiar a sus dirigentes. Debemos mejorar l. a. calidad y el contenido de l. a. política, y esto sólo se consigue con principles y con participación. Si no lo hacemos, nadie ganará y todos perderemos.»
By Torild Skard
By Robert Hariman
In severe reports of vintage texts, Hariman identifies 4 dominant political types. The realist sort, as present in Machiavelli's The Prince, creates an international of sheer energy, consistent calculation, and emotional keep watch over; this variety is the common-sense of recent political technological know-how. The courtly type, depicted in Kapuscinski's The Emperor, is characterised via excessive decorousness, hierarchies, and fixation at the physique of the sovereign; this sort infuses mass media insurance of the yankee presidency. The republican sort, mirrored in Cicero's letters to Atticus, promotes the artwork of oratory, consensus, and civility; it informs our excellent of democratic dialog. The bureaucratic sort, as captured in Kafka's The Castle, emphasizes institutional systems, legit personality, and the concern of writing; this sort constructions everday life.
Hariman appears to be like at powerful political artistry in figures from antiquity to trendy politicians similar to Vaclav Havel, Ronald Reagan, and invoice Clinton. He discusses the crises to which every sort is vulnerable, in addition to the social and ethical outcomes of every style's success.
By Troy Bramston
LONGLISTED FOR THE 2017 AUSTRALIAN e-book AWARDS, BIOGRAPHY e-book OF THE YEAR
Paul Keating: the big-picture leader is the definitive biography of Australia’s twenty fourth top minister, and the 1st that Keating has cooperated with in additional than decades.
Drawing on round 15 hours of recent interviews with Keating, coupled with entry to his vast own records, this booklet tells the tale of a political warrior’s upward thrust to energy, from the outer suburbs of Sydney via younger hard work and into parliament at simply 25 years of age; serving as a minister within the final days of the Whitlam govt; his path-breaking time period as treasurer within the Nineteen Eighties; his four-year best ministership from 1991 to 1996; and his passions and pursuits since.
Bramston has interviewed greater than a hundred those who understand and labored with Keating, together with his relatives, parliamentary colleagues, advisers, celebration officers, union leaders, public servants, and reporters. This booklet comprises interviews with Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser, Bob Hawke, John Howard, Kevin Rudd, Julia Gillard, Tony Abbott, Doug Anthony, invoice Hayden, Andrew Peacock, Ian Sinclair, John Hewson, Alexander Downer, Peter Costello, Kim Beazley, Simon Crean, Cheryl Kernot, and Bob Carr.
Bramston has secured entry to hard work information, and he additionally files key debates in once-secret cupboard papers, finds caucus mins for the 1st time, attracts at the unpublished diaries of Neal Blewett and Bob Carr, discloses assembly files from the data folks presidents George H.W. Bush and invoice Clinton, talks to former British top minister Tony Blair, and stocks his new discoveries from the private records of Gough Whitlam, invoice Hayden, Bob Hawke, and John Howard.
Paul Keating observed political management because the mixture of braveness and mind's eye, a trust that powered his public profession and is helping clarify his impressive triumphs and crushing lows. Keating blazed a path of reform with a imaginative and prescient for Australia’s destiny that also draws ardent admirers and the staunchest critics. This booklet chronicles, analyses, and translates Keating’s existence, and attracts classes for a hard work occasion and a rustic nonetheless reluctant to completely include his legacy.
PRAISE FOR TROY BRAMSTON
‘Warm [and] hugely researched … This continuously compelling biography demonstrates Paul Keating used to be a pacesetter like nobody else.’ The Age
‘[Bramston's] fulfillment is to supply a clean account of Keating’s occupation … the result's a piece that renders homage to Keating and to his rules approximately management, strength, and the nation.’ The Weekend Australian
By Damon Alexander,Jenny M. Lewis
To comprehend public coverage judgements, it's central to appreciate the capacities of the person actors who're making them, how they suspect and suppose approximately their position, and what drives and motivates them. in spite of the fact that, the present literature takes little account of this, who prefer as a substitute to border the choices because the results of a rational look for value-maximising choices or the results of systematic and well-ordered institutional and organisational methods.
Yet realizing how own and emotional elements engage with broader institutional and organisational affects to form the deliberations and behavior of politicians and bureaucrats is paramount if we're to build a extra invaluable, nuanced and dynamic photo of presidency decision-making. This e-book attracts on a number of methods to check contributors operating in modern executive, from freshly-trained coverage officials to former cupboard ministers and best ministers. It offers vital new insights into how these in executive navigate their manner via advanced concerns and judgements according to constructed services that fuses formal, rational concepts with different realized behaviours, thoughts, feelings and practiced varieties of judgment at a person point.
This leading edge assortment from best lecturers throughout Australia, Europe, the uk and North the USA could be of serious curiosity to researchers, educators, complex scholars and practitioners operating within the fields of political technological know-how, public administration and management, and public policy.
By Joseph J. Ellis,Martin Pfeiffer
By Arjen Boin,Paul 't Hart,Eric Stern,Bengt Sundelius
By J. Atkins,A. Finlayson,J. Martin,N. Turnbull