Paul Kelly is editor-at-large at The Australian and a former editor-in-chief of the News Limited national broadsheet from 1991 to 1996.
Paul writes on Australian politics and history and international affairs and is a regular commentator on the Sky News program, Australian Agenda. He is the author of seven books including The Hawke Ascendancy (1984), The End of Certainty (1992) and November 1975, published on the 20th anniversary of the Whitlam dismissal. His most recent book, The March of Patriots (2009), offers a re-interpretation of Paul Keating and John Howard as prime ministers. Paul has been a Fellow at the Kennedy School at Harvard and a Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow at Melbourne University.