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The UK’s relationship with Australia will be revitalised after Brexit

Economics & Deregulation | Matthew Lesh
Brexit Central 30th January, 2017

Theresa May confirmed in her landmark speech at Lancaster House earlier in the month that Brexit really does mean Brexit. Britain will be leaving...

In government, less is so much more

Ideas & Liberty | John Roskam
Australian Financial Review 27th January, 2017

According to the results of an international opinion poll released a few days ago, there's an "implosion of trust" around the world. The findings...

What’s so bad about January 26?

Ideas & Liberty | Bella d'Abrera
The Spectator Australia 26th January, 2017

This week, Warren Mundine proposed that Australia Day should be moved from January 26 to January 1, because the 26th marks the arrival of the first...

Shinzo Abe's visit reminds us what a crucial ally he is to Australia

Ideas & Liberty | Andrew Shearer
Australian Financial Review 16th January, 2017

It is doubtful many Australians realise what a consequential leader Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been for Australia. During Abe's first,...

The fetishisation of the expert

Ideas & Liberty | John Roskam
Australian Financial Review 13th January, 2017

Last month in the wake of Donald Trump's election as US president, Julia Baird the host of ABC TV's The Drum wrote a revealing article in The...

A new breed of ‘historian’

Education | Bella d'Abrera
The Spectator Australia 11th January, 2017

In the next few weeks, thousands of young Australians, having just finished 12 years of schooling, will be preparing themselves for what should be...

Intent as the enemy of truth

Food & Environment | Jennifer Marohasy
Online Opinion 9th January, 2017

At the beginning of each new year, we are encouraged to make some new resolution, or other. The idea is usually to seek to improve on our current...

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