In the National Interest

Now More than Ever: Australia's ABC

Now More than Ever: Australia’s ABC

David Anderson

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Dismal Diplomacy, Disposable Sovereignty: Our Problem with China & America

Dismal Diplomacy, Disposable Sovereignty: Our Problem with China & America

Carrillo Gantner

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Respect

Respect

Jill Hennessy

Victorian MP Jill Hennessey, in a passionate argument, exhorts us to reclaim the empathy that respect depends on.

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Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

Kate Thwaites, Jenny Macklin

In Enough Is Enough, Kate Thwaites and Jenny Macklin call for actions to have consequences, for an end to a culture of political impunity, and to make sure that women are not just in the room, but that they are safe...

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Power & Consent

Power & Consent

Rachel Doyle

In Power & Consent, Rachel Doyle, a practising Senior Counsel for over a decade, argues that we need to understand the power relationships at the heart of the modern workplace

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Our National Shame: Violence Against Women

Our National Shame: Violence Against Women

Kate Fitz-Gibbon

In Our National Shame, Kate Fitz-Gibbon reminds us that violence against women is not a private issue that needs bespoke, case-by-case solutions. It is a community-wide problem that, to be properly addressed,...

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The Digital Revolution: A Survival Guide

The Digital Revolution: A Survival Guide

Simon Wilkie

Professor Simon Wilkie argues that, to preserve our status as one of the most desirable economies to live in, we need a policy revolution that addresses not just universal basic income, but tax policy, lifelong education, social...

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Tides that Bind: Australia in the Pacific

Tides that Bind: Australia in the Pacific

Richard Marles

ALP Deputy Leader Richard Marles implores us to step up our support for and commit to building better relationships with our friends in the Pacific, assisting their development and securing peace in the region. 

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A Decade of Drift

A Decade of Drift

Dr Martin Parkinson, AC PSM

As a senior public servant during six prime ministerships, Martin Parkinson had a front-row seat from which to watch the inability of successive governments to tackle climate change. This is a story of science and expertise...

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Rape Culture

Rape Culture

Louise Newman

Women must not be represented as mentally unstable, untrustworthy or ruled by their hormones while their abusers take refuge in legalisms, obfuscations and the dark art of political calculus.

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Who Dares Loses: Pariah Policies

Who Dares Loses: Pariah Policies

Wayne Errington, Peter van Onselen

Wayne Errington and Peter van Onselen explain the political constraints on policymakers and the ways in which they are changing.

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Dateline Jerusalem: Journalism's Toughest Assignment

Dateline Jerusalem: Journalism’s Toughest Assignment

John Lyons

In this extraordinary book, award-winning journalist John Lyons goes to the heart of how the media reports-or does not report-one of the biggest stories of our time: the conflict in the Middle East. 

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Leadership

Leadership

Don Russell

Based on his experience working closely with a large number of ministers and their private offices, Don Russell reflects on politicians, the political process and the role of government, and explains why our political leaders are...

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The Case for Courage

The Case for Courage

Kevin Rudd

For some time, Australia's democracy has been slowly sliding into disrepair. The nation's major policy challenges go unaddressed, our economic future is uncertain and political corruption is becoming normalised. It's tempting, but...

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Blood Lust, Trust & Blame

Blood Lust, Trust & Blame

Dr Samantha Crompvoets

In Blood Lust, Trust & Blame, sociologist Samantha Crompvoets tells the story of what went wrong in the ADF. It is a chronicle of the consequences of pursuing the truth, the politics of accountability, and the cost of action

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Unmasked: The Politics of Pandemics

Unmasked: The Politics of Pandemics

Bill Bowtell

Nature creates viruses. But people and politics create pandemics. And pandemics create new politics.

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Challenging Politics

Challenging Politics

Scott Ryan

Longtime politician Scott Ryan argues that the way we determine issues, the way we practice politics, and what we expect from politicians and government, is in flux. To some, the virtue of compromise has become the sin of...

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Fortune's Fool: Australia's Choices

Fortune’s Fool: Australia’s Choices

Satyajit Das

For Australians remotely concerned about their own future and their children's, as well as the country's, Fortune's Fool is essential reading.

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Easy Lies & Influence

Easy Lies & Influence

Fiona McLeod

Fiona McLeod, a practising Senior Counsel and Chair of the Accountability Round Table, tells us what corruption can do, and why it's imperative that we address it. 

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System Failure: The Silencing of Rape Survivors

System Failure: The Silencing of Rape Survivors

Michael Bradley

The legal system's responses to rape were designed without survivors in mind, and they do not address, in any way, the questions that survivors ask or the needs they express. Simply put, on the systemic response to rape, we are...

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Governing in the Age of the Internet

Governing in the Age of the Internet

Paul Fletcher

Paul Fletcher outlines the key challenges the internet has posed for governments as they seek to preserve their sovereignty, protect their citizens from harm, and regulate neutrally between traditional and online business models....

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Burning Down the House: Reconstructing Modern Politics

Burning Down the House: Reconstructing Modern Politics

Jo Dyer

Burning Down the House tells the story of how our political system went awry. Debunking the notion that we've ever had a two-party system, it examines how Australia has now arrived at a place where a group of the most unlikely...

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Population Shock

Population Shock

Abul Rizvi

While Australia's population will continue to grow over the next forty years, we will age significantly. Economic growth will slow, government and household debt will rise, and inequality will accelerate. Against that background,...

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Big: The Role of the State in the Modern Economy

Big: The Role of the State in the Modern Economy

Dr Richard Denniss

It is time to jettison the obsession with the ‘unfinished reform agenda' of the 1990s, to consider the breadth and depth of the new challenges confronting Australia, and to chart a course in which governments take more...

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