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Sydney – What is to be Done?

2019-12-13T16:10:08+11:00December 13th, 2019|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Australia’s premier city of Sydney has its development problems – and issues of debate. Trams in George Street, high rise in Pyrmont, homeless people in parks and streets, bike lanes and more besides. Is it a case of over development, under development or the wrong development? Councillor Christine Foster hopes to change all that in her [...]

The Crisis on Campus

2019-12-13T16:10:06+11:00December 13th, 2019|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Universities across the Western world are now educating a majority of high school graduates. What are they being taught? How high are standards? Why is freedom of expression under attack on campus? These questions and many more are the focus of a new book, Campus Meltdown The Deepening Crisis in Australian Universities edited by William Coleman. [...]

A Year to Remember – How the Coalition Went from Chaos to Comeback

2019-12-13T16:10:05+11:00December 13th, 2019|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Disunity is said to be death in politics – but not for Scott Morrison’s Liberal Party in election 2019. Morrison and his team took their chance and won a remarkable victory. Over some months, The Australian Financial Review’s Print editor Aaron Patrick interviewed key insiders to reveal the turning points and the cunning schemes behind [...]

Australia and the Pacific – Their Prosperity is Our Prosperity

2019-12-13T16:09:35+11:00December 13th, 2019|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The strategic, economic, technological and environmental changes taking place in the Indo-Pacific, including increased investment and competition for influence, present both opportunities and challenges for our region. Through the Pacific Step-up the Australian Government is helping our Pacific neighbours build their prosperity, strengthen their security, and harness the opportunities that these changes bring, while developing [...]

Australian Labor – Looking Back and the Way Forward

2019-12-13T16:10:01+11:00December 13th, 2019|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Dr Adrian Pabst is Reader in Politics at Kent University and author Story of Our Country: Labor's vision for Australia.  In 2018, Adrian Pabst spent months in Australia researching Labor’s appeal, or lack of it, among middle Australia. Seeking to answer the questions that now plague the new Labor opposition, Pabst believes Labor has, over some [...]

Iran and the United States: An Update

2019-12-13T16:10:31+11:00December 3rd, 2019|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Behnam Ben Taleblu is a senior fellow at Foundation For The Defence of Democracies (FDD) where he focuses on Iranian security and political issues. Behnam previously served as a research fellow and senior Iran analyst at FDD. Prior to his time at FDD, Behnam worked on non-proliferation issues at an arms control think-tank in Washington. [...]

MOBILITY, DRIVING INNOVATION AND ENHANCING OUR LIVEABILITY – TRANSPORT AS A TRUE TECH BUSINESS

2019-07-18T09:47:42+10:00July 18th, 2019|Categories: Andrew Constance, Paper, Sydney Paper Archive|Tags: |

With the NSW Berejiklian Government's win at the state election in March 2019, issues around transport in Sydney and NSW took centre stage as vast underway projects started coming to completion and new projects were started and outlined - from light rail into George Street and the CBD from Randwick to additional Metro routes to [...]

LABOR AFTER THE 2019 FEDERAL ELECTION – WHERE TO NEXT?

2019-07-17T11:55:57+10:00July 16th, 2019|Categories: Paper, Sydney Paper Archive|Tags: , |

Michael Sexton SC is the NSW Solicitor General and author of The Great Crash: the short life and sudden death of the Whitlam Government. Brad Norington is Associate Editor at The Australian and has been writing about national and international politics over two decades. He was also The Australian’s Washington Correspondent during the Obama presidency. On Monday [...]

LISTENING TO THE NATION – WHAT DO AUSTRALIANS MOST WANT FROM THEIR GOVERNMENT?

2019-07-18T09:56:52+10:00July 16th, 2019|Categories: Paper, Sydney Paper Archive|Tags: , |

Rebecca Huntley is a social Researcher and author, most recently of the Quarterly Essay Australia Fair. Dr Tanveer Ahmed is a psychiatrist, a regular contributor to the Australian Financial Review and author, most recently, of Fragile Nation. During the 2019 federal election campaign, a majority of Australians believed that there would be a change of government and that what [...]

WHERE TO NOW? LABOR AFTER THE 2019 FEDERAL ELECTION

2019-07-17T11:56:42+10:00July 16th, 2019|Categories: Paper, Sydney Paper Archive|Tags: , |

Brad Norington is the Associate Editor at The Australian and has been writing about national and international politics over two decades. He was alsoThe Australian’s Washington Correspondent during the Obama presidency. Michael Sexton SC is the NSW Solicitor General and author of The Great Crash: the short life and sudden death of the Whitlam Government. On Monday [...]