Commentary

26 June 2015

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

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24 June 2015

Dean Ashenden takes on the sixties, GERM, and the world’s best-known educational revolutionary

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23 June 2015

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.

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22 June 2015

With declining reach and influence, the Murdoch empire can no longer determine election results

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22 June 2015

A series of trends has combined to radically change policies among the largest emitters

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19 June 2015

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.

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19 June 2015

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

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19 June 2015

Speech on the Internet: freedom of expression, or harm in new and more damaging ways?

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18 June 2015

Like all phobias, terrorism relies for its enduring effect on sustaining and reinforcing irrational fear.

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17 June 2015

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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