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Research & Evidence Base
Referendums don’t bring out the best in the Australian political system. But that shouldn’t stop us from picking our way through the minefield
Dean Ashenden takes on the sixties, GERM, and the world’s best-known educational revolutionary
Teaching is at the core of what Australian universities do, yet it receives nowhere near the attention it should, and is in danger of receiving even less.
With declining reach and influence, the Murdoch empire can no longer determine election results
A series of trends has combined to radically change policies among the largest emitters
Beth Greener examines two recent Incline contributions and argues any assumptions of ‘USA good’ / ‘opponents bad’ runs the risk of closing off options for New Zealand to make a real difference to global security.
Labor’s state election successes during the Howard era propelled ill-equipped party heavies into Canberra. The Killing Season is showing us some of the results
Speech on the Internet: freedom of expression, or harm in new and more damaging ways?
Like all phobias, terrorism relies for its enduring effect on sustaining and reinforcing irrational fear.
Economist William Nordhaus has come up with a new approach to reducing carbon emissions, and Australia could benefit more than we expect.
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