‘Issue #32’-Sydney Papers Online

Fear and Greed – Australia and the Rise of Asia

2017-04-20T16:08:16+10:00December 22nd, 2015|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Professor Michael Wesley is director of the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs and an author, most recently of Restless Continent: Wealth, Rivalry & Asia’s New Geopolitics which is an integrated account of the economic, political and strategic trends across the world's largest continent and which provides a guide for thinking about Asia's future [...]

Remembering The Dismissal

2017-04-20T15:37:52+10:00December 22nd, 2015|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Paul Kelly is editor-at-large at The Australian, journalist, commentator, author of numerous books and co-author of The Dismissal - in The
 Queen’s Name. With Troy Bramston, Kelly has pulled together a comprehensive version of the story of events of 11 November 1975 from fresh interviews, new archival material and a reinterpretation of events. On Monday [...]

The Dismissal- Different Views

2017-04-20T15:39:03+10:00December 22nd, 2015|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Dr Gerard Henderson is the executive director of The Sydney Institute, a columnist with The Weekend Australian and a political commentator. In 1987, Gerard Henderson interviewed Sir John Kerr for two articles in The Weekend Australian. He was also a contributor to Sybil Nolan’s edited collection The Dismissal: Where were you on November 11, 1975? [...]

Offshore Processing: The Way Forward

2017-04-20T15:41:41+10:00December 22nd, 2015|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

THE HON RICHARD MARLES MP is the Member for Corio and the Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection. In the Rudd Labor Government, Richard Marles was the Minister For Trade. In 2015 the Australian Labor Party debated, and formally adopted it's policy platform on the handling of refugees and asylum seekers. To outline Labor's approach to processing asylum seeker processing, [...]

Marion Mahony and Walter Burley Griffin: The Canberra Story

2017-04-20T16:00:37+10:00December 22nd, 2015|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Marion Mahony Griffin was the American woman who changed Australian history and broke through barriers for women in architecture. Marion Mahony spent 15 years working for Chicago architect Frank Lloyd Wright, in the formative years of the Prairie School of Architecture. After she teamed up with Walter Burley Griffin, she worked with him to win [...]

On the Edges of History

2017-04-20T16:16:24+10:00December 16th, 2015|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

A graduate of the law schools of the universities of Melbourne and Virginia, Michael Sexton SC, spent some years as an academic lawyer before taking up practice at the NSW Bar. Since 1998 he has been Solicitor General for New South Wales. He writes in his recently published memoir On The Edges of History, "When [...]

“Can Do” – The Campbell Newman Story

2017-04-20T16:19:56+10:00December 10th, 2015|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The Hon Campbell Newman is the former premier of Queensland and former Lord Mayor of Brisbane. In 2012, Newman led the newly formed Liberal National Party to a landslide victory in the Queensland state elections. As the very popular former Mayor of Brisbane, Newman took office after winning the swinging seat of Ashgrove. His government [...]