Evatt Journal, Vol. 4, No. 2, June 2004
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The full 'troops home by Christmas' speech.
Australia's foreign policy
National security has more than one-dimension, says Andrew Hewitt.
Embrace multilateralism, argues Brendan Lim.
PPPs can't meet complex needs, reports Duncan O'Leary.
John Spoehr analyses Mitsubishi's closure.
Greg Combet addresses the press club.
Ditch anti-union laws, argues Geoffrey Beckman.
John Howard's short-termism
President's perspective, by Bruce Childs.
The Australia-US free trade agreement
Patricia Ranald & Louise Southalan detail the finer points.
This is not 'free trade', explains John Quiggin.
Australian TV's an endangered species, says Greg Duffy.
John Merson warns of corrupting pharmaceutical policy.
Drug prices will rise, argue Peter Drahos & his colleagues.
The state of child protection
Read the chapter on child protection from The State of the States 2003.
Margo Kingston's not happy, and has a new book to prove it
Everyone's invited to a talk with Margo about how the Howard government is destroying freedom. Come to Gleebooks on 22 June.
Sharan Burrow and many more in tax conference in Sydney
Check out this one-day conference in Sydney on 23 June, hosted by ACOSS & the CFMEU.
Evatt Breakfast Seminar: welfare & labour markets
We present Professor Frank Wilkinson, a distinguished Cambridge University economist, who will talk on the perverse relationship between precarious employment and the evolution of the social welfare system on Monday July 12 in Sydney.
The impact of invasion
A public meeting on the impact of the Bush-Howard-Blair invasion of Iraq (a post-June 30 assessment) will convene in Sydney on 18 July.
What women want
Family flexible workplaces, laments Paula Kilby.
A childcare bill less than my weekly wage, suggests Catherine Corkhill.
Many deeds of terror
I enjoyed the read and totally agree, writes Mechell Woody.
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