Commentary

Commentary

Commentary

19 Nov 2019
9

As climate change makes bushfires more ferocious and extreme, now is the time to better understand how our First Peoples used fire.

Commentary

18 Nov 2019
4

Recently leaked internal documents confirm Xi Jinping’s high level of personal involvement in driving the campaign of repression in Xinjiang.

Commentary

15 Nov 2019
5

Receiving a grant can be the difference between whether a project goes ahead or not, and – if you’re a researcher – whether you have a job or not.

Commentary

14 Nov 2019
3

The IEA’s annual flagship review, World Energy Outlook 2019, puts it bluntly. On current policies, the world is on track for a “relentless upward march in energy-related emissions."

Commentary

12 Nov 2019
25

Though the federal government emphasises partnerships, accountability and evidence-based policies, Morrison is actually taking a selective and top-down approach. He is also ignoring key Indigenous advice and evidence.

Commentary

11 Nov 2019
16

On the question of constitutional enshrinement, many are right to be upset that this government has ruled out putting the voice in the constitution. But this is the political reality of today.

Commentary

11 Nov 2019
15

Labor’s election review hasn’t quite nailed the party’s key problem, writes Paul Rodan.

Commentary

7 Nov 2019
11

In 2018, domestic numbers for undergraduate courses fell for the first time since 2013 – they will remain stagnant for some years. This and other factors put unis at face financial risk.

Commentary

7 Nov 2019
4

This article explores Aboriginal Australia's holistic focus of maintaining environment while maintaining a thriving economy, and how policy and practice could benefit from this more sustainable approach.

Commentary

5 Nov 2019
16

The focus of laws against secondary boycotts has never been against consumer groups or movements involving non-employees. There’s an obvious and good reason for this.