Alex has written for a wide range of publications, including on the topics of civil society, electoral laws, climate change, higher education, social media, industrial relations and political affairs. In 2013, he started writing a regular blog for The Guardian UK, and has also written for publications including the Salon, ABC’s The Drum, New Matilda and the Centre for Policy Development.
Between 2013 and 2016, Alex wrote a climate-change focused column for the Guardian, called Southern Crossroads.
- How Rupert Murdoch created the world’s newest climate change villain – Salon Magazine (23 Jun 2014)
- Beyond Preoccupations – Chifley Research Centre (23 April 2013)
- Australian climate outlook remains bleak with Tony Abbott out for revenge – The Guardian UK (25 Feb 2013)
- What Labor Can Learn from Obama in 2013 – New Matilda (23 Jan 2013)
- In Defence of Compulsory Voting – New Matilda (14 Jan 2013)
- Give ALP branches a purpose – The Drum ABC (8 January 2013)
- It’s the personal contact, stupid – The Drum ABC (22 November 2012)
- Using Social Networks to Communicate Visually to Voters – Progressive Australia (17 July 2011)
- Accommodating China’s Carbon Emissions – Centre for Policy Development (8 Feb 2011)
- Unions and Twitter: Unveiling the Faceless Leader – Media 140 (22 Feb 2010)
- A Balanced Approach to the Murray Darling Basin – Centre for Policy Development (2007)