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AFTER an election in which Labor looked like having a reasonable chance right up to the last few days, the outcome, a net gain of seats to the government, has produced a good deal of shock on the Labor side of politics. Why did things...
The increasingly broad scope of international trade agreements has raised widespread concern about the implications for popular sovereignty.
Internationally, most attention has been focused on the World Trade Organization. In Australia, the same issue has arisen in relation to the free trade agreement negotiated...
Labor has yet to announce the tax policy foreshadowed as a response to the 2004-5 Budget. But, as Kim Beazley's 'small target strategy' in 2001 demonstrated, this approach can be disastrous.
John Quiggin argues that Labor needs to announce a coherent tax and expenditure...
Here, he analyses yesterday’s revelations and looks at what the bloggers had to say.
THE revived children overboard scandal is currently in the ‘he said-she said’ stage. John Howard has offered a slightly equivocal denial of the claim, detailed in yesterday’s Australian , that...