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Gough Whitlam’s visit to China in 1971 was a turning point in relations between the two countries. But luck played a part in this audacious mission
This week's elections in Brazil will take place while the recently buoyant economy has stagnated.
Does the Forrest Review oversimplify the complex realities that seek to improve Indigenous employment participation?
The community expects its leaders to maintain a sense of proportion and responsibility and demonstrate prudence and consistency under great pressure.
The Productivity Commission has recommended extending assistance to families with nannies. International experience shows that there are good and bad ways to help families with this kind of care.
Is Australia enhancing its economic and geo-political interests by negotiating free trade agreements (FTAs) or is it simply mindlessly engaging in world trade policy?
It’s time to fundamentally rethink Australia’s approach to asylum seekers, free of narrow assumptions about what’s politically feasible.
A close analysis of Tony Abbott’s rhetoric reveals an intriguing insight into his social-policy.
Income management has few if any clear benefits, despite extensive evaluations of controls on the spending rights of income recipients.
Klaus Neumann explores the uses of history in Australia's debate about how to respond to refugees and asylum seekers.
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