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Australia’s foreign policy today 24 April 2014
In the 2014 Evatt lecture, Tanya Plibersek argues for a bigger international vision.
A remarkable woman; a feminist 17 April 2014
Wear your feminism proudly, says Penny Wong.
Liberty, fraternity and – what was the other word? 7 April 2014
Leaders no longer ask ‘is it right?’ but ‘will it sell?’, argues Barry Jones.
Injustice within the law 12 August 2013
Injustice still exists within the law, says Julian Burnside in the 2013 Evatt Lecture.
Transcending our limitations 5 July 2013
Poor school education compromises our wellbeing, explains Carmen Lawrence.
Productivity in question 28 June 2013
Frank Stilwell critiques the productivity debate.
Evatt Q&A on productivity 25 June 2013
Productivity should be rescued from politics.
Strategies for optimism 20 June 2013
Can we develop a version of the Swedish strategy, asks Winton Higgins.
Between stimulus and austerity 12 March 2013
Austerity has never worked, says John Ralston Saul.
Tackling tax-havens 7 August 2012
Tax havens aid corruption and impede poverty relief.
Very serious people 7 August 2012
Abolish the Productivity Commission, says Doug Cameron.
Women & the United Nations 6 August 2012
The glass is half full, reports Patricia Jenkings.
Beginning in fear to end in failure 6 August 2012
John Faulkner laments the loss of passionate belief in the 2012 Evatt Lecture.  
Helping refugees & displaced people 26 October 2011
Naomi Steer outlines the work of Australia for UNHCR.
Fukushima & beyond 13 October 2011
The ramifications extend further than the earlier disasters, explains Peter Karamoskos.  
What would Evatt do? 6 October 2011
What  would the Doc do now, asks George Williams in the 2011 Evatt Lecture.
Nuclear power & public health 8 March 2011
Peter Karamoskos reprises the health risks in nuclear power.
The Robin Hood tax 31 March 2010
John Langmore outlines the background to the proposal for a financial transactions tax.
'Old Age Without Wretchedness' 18 December 2009
What would Thomas Paine see today, asks John Keane.
The failure to learn 2 December 2009
Informed consent is a basic human right, argues Yola Lucire.
Many complex and interlocking issues 2 December 2009
Peter Parry reviews Australian practice in light of Generation RX.
Australia's silent killer 13 November 2009
Nobody from James Hardie has really been charged, nor even answered the questions, explains Matt Peacock.
The distribution of wealth in Australia 11 November 2009
The latest figures confirm the trends to inequality, explain Frank Stilwell and David Primrose.
Nuclear non-proliferation & disarmament 19 June 2009
Gareth Evans outlines the objectives in Chile.
The life & death of democracy 15 June 2009
David Aaronovitch reviews John Keane's long awaited history of democracy.

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