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What makes deliberative processes so different from other community engagement processes?
More French soldiers died at Gallipoli than Australians, writes Nic Maclellan, and many of the allied troops were African and Indian.
The Canberra lobbying world has a dirty little secret: business just doesn't get politics, and the industry is built on that ignorance.
Capital, inequality and the emergence of a patrimonial society: is Australia immune?
The idea of a currency union with New Zealand is a perennial talking point, and with the kiwi dollar drawing close to parity with the Australian dollar it might seem like there’s never been a better time.
This article challenges the view that we should rely less on personal income taxes and more on the GST.
Brendan Ferguson explores the Martu people’s deep connection to country through a Social Return on Investment analysis.
Payday lending is booming in Australia, because people on low incomes lack easily accessible alternatives.
As a small state New Zealand benefits from a strong rules-based international order which limits what the strong can extract from the weak.
With a dramatically rising population and falling infrastructure spending, the pressure for action is growing.
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