Evatt Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 2003
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War & peace
It's up to us: Michael Albert interviews Noam Chomsky.
Out of the rubble, the last of Paul McGeough's exceptional Baghdad despatches.
Guantanamo Bay is a brutal double standard, explains George Monbiot.
Is there a Gulf War syndrome, asks Natasha Johnson.
Phillip Knightley reviews Paul McGeough's Manhattan to Baghdad.
Patricia Ranald warns of the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement.
Yet another PPP deal falls in a heap, reports Phil Revell.
Australia is an unhappy & unfair country
We must focus on wellbeing, not growth, argues Clive Hamilton.
Equalitarianism is in retreat, explains Fred Argy.
And it's just getting worse
Now equal opportunity is to be thrown overboard, says Anne Summers.
Working in America
A US study has lessons for Australia, reports Roy Green.
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.
Intellectuals, democracy and empire
The Neocons have only just begun, says Joseph Cirincione.
Robert Blecher traces the lines of the war's intellectual boosters.
Towards the precipice
The minds of the economist and historian typically work in such antithetical ways that a true combination of their strengths is very unusual. In Robert Brenner they are exceptionally united. Read the latest stanza in Brenner's remarkable history of the postwar world economy.
Inserting a new dialectic: Governance
Remember the Asia-Pacific, where Australia happens to be located? We publish the chapter on globalisation and regional governance by Kevin Rudd from the Evatt Foundation's recent book, Globalisation: Australian Impacts (UNSW Press).
The campaign begins: rally to save Medicare
Australia's first public demonstration against the Howard government's Medicare carve up will take place at noon Thursday 8 May at Chifley Square in Sydney. Update: This event has now passed and the item has been deleted
Political economy conference in Sydney
The conference is on Friday 9 May, and will be preceeded on Thursday evening 8 May by Clive Hamilton talking about his controversial new book.
Update: This event has now passed and the item has been deleted
Exhibition: Mary Alice Evatt 'Mas' 1898-1973
After successful shows in Bathurst, Melbourne and Albury, the MAS exhibition is finally on its way to Sydney.
Evatt Breakfast Seminar: Michael Pusey talks on middle Australia & the dark side of economic reform
The Evatt Foundation proudly presents Michael Pusey talking about his hot new book in a public seminar that is just not to be missed.
Henry Reynolds debates Keith Windschuttle
The University of New South Wales Law Society is hosting a public debate between Henry Reynolds and Keith Windschuttle on 'The construction of Australian history: fact or fiction?'
Amina Lawal to be stoned to death for adultery on June 3rd
The Nigerian Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for Amina Lawal, condemned for the crime of adultery to be buried up to her neck and stoned to death. Her death was postponed so that she could continue to nurse her baby. The execution is now set. Ensure you sign this petition. Note: This item has now been updated
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