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In the face of Europe's upheaval following the shock Brexit vote, and the uncertainty that now surrounds immigration and trade matters, Malcolm Turnbull says Australia could team up with New Zealand to negotiate new arrangements.
The Brexit raises challenges for Australia's free trade negotiations...
Does it seem that every time the world watches refugees flee violence and persecution while politicians claim their country can't possibly take in asylum seekers, we lamentingly claim that the world will never again turn its back on these people.
And yet the next...
The Abbott Government says its proposed metadata retention laws are critical to fighting crime and terrorism.
But similar schemes in Europe have been wound back following legal challenges.
This week the District Court of The Hague scrapped the Netherlands’ data retention law, finding...
Extreme weather events, like bushfires and droughts in Australia, can awaken us to the impact of climate change, even if a direct link is hard to establish. The UK has just experienced the most devastating storms and floods in many years. Some wonder if this...
Austerity is the order of the day in Europe, but Professor Mark Blyth argues that austerity is a very dangerous idea and does not work. While it makes sense for any one state to try and cut its way to growth, it simply cannot work...
This talk by Thomas Petzold looks into the idea of crossing borders on a worldwide digital scale.
In the 1930s and 40s, wireless ‘was what television, the internet and the iPhone, all rolled into one, are today’. Empire State tells the story of Ernest Fisk, the man who led the Australian wireless company AWA in those extraordinary decades, and was managing director...
Social media like Facebook and Twitter mean you can live your life as an open book. This conversation covers generational changes in notions of privacy.
We've seen a rash of school suspensions and expulsions because of damage to reputations perpetrated online but on the...