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June 2000

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Editorial, June 2000

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Mike Nahan

The Howard Government has embarked on another most important journey- the reform of the welfare state.

'It's <i>Deja vu</i> All Over Again': Behind <i>The Eye's</i> Collaspe

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | R.J. Stove

Australian periodicals will simply not survive until they do something quite different- and do it well.

Making Welfare Sustainable

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Michael Warby

Despite policies to improve economic efficiency and better target welfare, the welfare state continues to expand. But it can't do so forever.

Reconciliation: Where to Now?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Vern Hughes

Building trust across racial lines can't be legislated for or imposed from above. Genuine reconciliation rests on personal relationships in civil society.

The Third and Fourth Ways

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Gary Johns

The 'Third Way' talk sits uneasily with the cleavages in Australian politics. Perhaps there is a fourth way to be had?

The Dangers of Secret Treaty-Making

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | The Hon. Andrew Thomson

The Biosafety Protocol as a Case Study. The Biosafety Protocol is damaging to both Australia's sovereignty adn to its economic interests. It needs to be scrapped and the treaty process made more transparent.

The Stolen Generations

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Michael Duffy

Even to question the politically correct position on indigenous matters is to invite the charge of 'racism'. But failure to pursue the truth is bad for Australian politics and for indigenous people.

Two Chinas? Why Not More?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Rowan Callick

Until recently, Taiwan's importance to Australia has been overshadowed by a careful obeisance to mainland China- but maybe that is about to change.

Welfare Reform

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Ken Phillips

Although there are signs of new thinking about welfare, the really hard questions in the welfare debate have yet to be asked- and discussed.

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