Evatt Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, February 2005
News & views
Hold the hoopla, warns Juan Cole. [read more]
The report on UN reform is good value, argues John Langmore. [read more]
Australia's Kyoto paradox
Yes, it starts Wednesday, and Australia's not playing, to its detriment, says John Merson. [read more]
Why consultants lie
Peter Griffiths introduces his acclaimed book on hunger and the World Bank. [read more]
The tragedy of economics
The discipline is retreating to fantasy, argues Edward Fullbrook. [read more]
You don't have to be a genius, says Maurie Mifsud. [read more]
Peace building in West Papua
Michela Noonan reports on the West Papua Project. [read more]
The coming conflicts
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs. [read more]
Workers in Howard's sights
Howard's isolating workers, alerts Sharan Burrow. [read more]
Doug Cameron surveys the labour movement's task. [read more]
Freedom of contract zealots are mistaken, explains Stuart Macintyre. [read more]
In defence of the Doc
Arthur Gietzelt tells the true story behind the outing of 'The Movement'. [read more]
Paul Fitzgerald on PPPs, at the launch of The state of the states 2004. [read more]
Evatt breakfast seminar on climate change
As Kyoto kicks off, come to breakfast in Sydney tomorrow with Dr John Merson to discuss the Australian government's refusal to sign up.[read more]
Where's your aid going?
Sharan Burrow, Kevin Rudd, John Austin (World Bank) & Tim Anderson
debate at the LHMU auditorium on 21 February. [deleted]
Re-building Labor's credibility in the suburbs
Wayne Swan MP, Ed Husic & Evan Thornley discuss the aftermath of the
2004 poll on 22 February at parliament house. [deleted]
Order Evatt books and papers: The state of the states 2004, still available. [read more]
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