In The Australian Financial Review I analyse the remarkable resurrection of my former boss, Malcolm Turnbull, who is the most talented prime minister Australia has had since Menzies. I have enclosed an excerpt below: "At a precarious economic juncture when the lucky country desperately needs to be convinced of the case for tough reform, this son-of-a-publican, possessed of peerless talent, could be the perfect man for the job. Yet only a few years ago his ascension was improbable. Bitterly despised within his own party, Malcolm recognised his best hope of becoming prime minister was relying on his comrades' predictable ineptitude combined with a primal self-interest in survival. This would be lubricated by a refashioning of his own unacceptably dictatorial image. And as always, Malcolm successfully executed." Read for free here: (VIEW LINK)