Archived publication for 2003 in IPA Review article
If we are to defeat or contain terrorism, then a coalition of the willing needs to create its own counter-terrorist networks.
Governements around the world are increasingly turning to the private sector to deliver public services- and it's not restricted to simple contracting-out.
Little noticed, perhaps, but Ireland has been the economic success story of the 1990s. How did this happy transformation take place?
NECA's current challenge to restrictive cluses in pattern agreements is more than just another IR stoush.
The baby boomers seem to have had it pretty much their own way for a long time- until Generation Y started to flex its youthful muscles.
The BBC's appalling coverage of Tasmanian forest management has not gone unpunished- in England. Pity it's unlikely ever to happen here.
Increased calls for corporate social responsibility are little more that ambit claims which impose significant costs on corporations and the community alike.
The perverse consequences of the Precautionary Principle can best be seen 'retrospectively'. Just imagine what we would not enjoy now if the greens had prevailed in the past.
Our welfare suystem is designed to provide a strong saftey net, not a comfortable couch- and it's time we all realized what this entails.
One can understand why the Greens might tell porkies about the state of the Murray River- but why do otherwise respectable and responsible bodies join forces with them?