Recent publications in Video
Michael Brennan talks about Karl Popper's classic two-volume 'The Open Society and its Enemies'.
Lord Christopher Monckton, Climate Change Commentator Carbon Mitigation Policies: Costs, Benefits and Effectiveness
Dr Richard Tol, Member, UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. How much emission reduction would be justified?
Scott Hargreaves talks about Alexis de Tocqueville's classic 'Democracy in America'.
Politics, Business, and the Handling of the Economics of Climate Change Terry McCrann, Herald Sun
Dr Brian Fisher, Former Head, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Dr Alex Robson, ANU Transnational and Regional Impacts of Measures to Abate CO2 Emissions
Tim Wilson, Director IP and Free Trade Unit at the Institute of Public Affairs on the Contrarians, Sky News Australia (22 November 2009). Published with permission of Sky News.
by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay The Federalist Papers are 85 essays written in the 1780s arguing for the ratification of the United States Constitution. They analyse the process of government, the function of political parties,...
One of the seminal works of the twentieth century liberalism Witness is the autobiography of former communist spy Whittaker Chambers. It tells the story of the 1950s trial of Alger Hiss and the struggle of communism, religion, and freedom.