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  1. Enemy Within - Chapter 17

    ... to Correspondence James Brown By the start of the next decade Australia will commence acquiring armed drones. That fact alone is ... of where defence money is being spent,” he writes, but “Next to no time is given to examining whether this spending serves the aims of ... Australia is out of step with other democracies on this issue. As Peter Leahy notes, even President Putin is required by law to consult ... the ground.” Notably, though, the Australian did not issue a retraction of the story and Chris Uhlmann concluded that the ... doing things unilaterally.’” The substantive issue here is what these episodes reveal about our national decision-making ... argument about how Australia should decide what to do next in the South China Sea, and has reminded us of our longstanding interests ...


  2. The Australian Dream: Chapter 10

    ... politics that Watson decries. The great task of the next generation is to rebuild a shared faith in – and commitment to – the ...


  3. The Australian Dream: Chapter 16

    ... state congressman told me – and Gary Werskey in this issue movingly affirms – is not the tolerant, temperate and progressive place ... and second as enlightenment. Naturally, I will not be taking issue with people who have not taken issue with me. Where they have added further evidence or argument in support of ... is a given, and the essay is more concerned with what’s at issue. However unfair the reasons might be, Hillary Clinton is one of the ... will decide which majority can tyrannise the other for the next four years. Perhaps that’s the case with all US elections, but surely ...


  4. The Australian Dream: Chapter 6

    ... asking Australians to recognise what is obvious. It is an issue heavy with symbolism, yet light on substance. Australians are notionally ... you can, minimise your losses, and be ever alert for the next policy wind to blow.” Moran says this is a world “closed to most ... sometimes demand it. But it poses the question: what comes next? Intervention risks setting Aboriginal people apart: institutionalising ...


  5. The Australian Dream: Chapter 4

    ... “closing the gap.” Writing in the November/December 1966 issue, E.A. Willis, the board’s chief secretary, says: There is still ...