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Australia hasn't experienced the type of attack seen in Brussels, but the threat is real, writes Jacinta Carroll.
Australia needs to understand how the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement constitutes a key plank in China's global strategic aspirations, as part of the “Chinese Dream”.
Despite the criticisms, pure political independence for think tanks is neither achievable nor desirable.
Malcolm Turnbull may well be the circuit breaker that Australia has been searching for.
A credit downgrade may be just the catalyst required to spark Canberra into action.
The Canberra lobbying world has a dirty little secret: business just doesn't get politics, and the industry is built on that ignorance.
Weak growth has turned Tony Abbott's pledge to create a million jobs in the first five years in office into a major task.
The creation of a single childcare subsidy which prioritises lower income families would be a welcome step forward, but more needs to be done when it comes to deregulation and childcare...
The pantomime being played out in Canberra has only served to divert attention from the grim reality facing the economy and the absence of any cogent plan to restore the nation's finances.
Tony Abbott's "protector of the realm" persona is one of his key strengths, so the image of him wimping out of the fight with Putin and being overruled on climate change will hurt, writes Paula...
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