Evatt Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2003
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The coming war
It's unanimous! Australia's opposition parties are united against the troop deployment. Read the statements by the ALP, the Greens, the Democrats, and the ACTU.
What exactly has oil got to do with it? Michael Klare explains.
Michael Doran examines bin Laden's strategy.
May rock 'n' roll be relevant, pleads Ron Jacobs.
Ireland loses the plot
Investing in the knowledge-based economy, by Roy Green.
The 'fabrication' of Aboriginal history
John Quiggin scrutinises Keith Windschuttle.
WA & NSW jump on the PPP bandwagon, reports David Carey.
Sydney's inaugural heterodox economists conference
It was an excellent start, reports Peter Kriesler.
The father of the NSW House retires
Mike Egan's comments and Ron Dyer's valedictory speech.
Looking back on 2002
How the Tampa sailed into 2002, by Robert Manne.
There's always a progressive alternative, but I wouldn't bet on it warns Frank Stilwell.
Looking to Europe
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.
Europe versus the US
Will Hutton recounts the differences in his European Lecture.
The state of political economy
On the occasion of the 50th issue of JAPE, Frank Stilwell surveys the movement.
How did Australia's unions grow?
Rae Cooper & Greg Patmore look at trade union organising & labour history.
Public debt policy
Bill Mitchell challenges the Evatt Foundation's submission.
Globalisation is ... globalisation
Read Christopher Sheil's introduction (Chapter One) to the Evatt Foundation's book, Globalisation: Australian Impacts (UNSW Press).
Evatt Sunset Seminar: The Death of Investigative Journalism and Who Killed It? Featuring Phillip Knightley with Chris Masters
Is truth now a permanent casualty? As war looms, this is a timely opportunity to hear two of the most distinguished practitioners of investigative journalism speak about this most pressing topic for the future of Australian politics, culture and society. The seminar is in Sydney at the Seymour Centre on Saturday 15 February. This is a special one-off event and seating is strictly limited. We recommend that you book your tickets promptly.
Walk against the war
The reserve date of Sunday 16 February for taking emergency protest action in case the US launches war, or John Howard calls for parliamentary debate (after committing troops!), has been activated. John Pilger, Laurie Brereton and Bob Browne have been confirmed as speakers. More details soon.
Stars invade Oz: Dylan, the Stones, the Boss, Jackson Browne, and many more
Can music make a difference, asks Christopher Sheil.
How to argue with an economist
Debating economics is politics: Lindy Edwards replies to Steve Keen.
Sydney's walk against war
What does Australia stand to gain, asks Mohammad Gill.
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What Israel has done
Remember the Palestinian Christians, writes Abe Ata.
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