April 2015
Monthly: Australian Politics, Society & Culture;Apr2015, Issue 110, p20
The article focuses on Australian politician Julie Isabel Bishop, 58, who is considered as one of the two people most likely to succeed Prime Minister Tony Abbott should his next blunders prove terminal. The author notes that Bishop may just be the most truly Liberal of the Liberal leadership contenders on offer at the top of the Abbott government pack. He notes that Bishop has benefited from the high-profile platform the Security Council gave her in her early days as foreign minister in 2013.


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