Paul Kelly is a Walkley Award winning journalist, author and commentator who writes on Australian politics, public policy and international affairs. He is Editor-at-Large on The Australian, and was previously Editor-in-Chief of the paper. Paul has covered Australian governments from Gough Whitlam through to Anthony Albanese. He is a regular television commentator on Sky News, the ABC, and channels Nine, Ten and Seven. He is the author of twelve books including The End of Certainty on the politics and economics of the 1980s, Howard’s Decade: An Australian Foreign Policy Reappraisal, and Religion and Politics: Contemporary Tensions. His recent books include Triumph and Demise on the Rudd-Gillard era and The March of Patriots: The Struggle for Modern Australia which offers a re-interpretation of Paul Keating and John Howard in office.